How to join multiple MIDI tracks in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

How to join multiple MIDI/virtual instrument tracks in GarageBand iPhone or GarageBand iPad

In this video, I show you how to use the join function to join multiple tracks of the same type of virtual instrument, to combine in to one MIDI track.

The join function can help you join together multiple parts in a single track, but become even more useful when you have multiple tracks of MIDI information that you want to combine and join in to one individual track.

Examples I show in this video are:
– How to combine multiple drum parts in to one drum track
– How to combine multiple keyboard parts in to one keyboard track
– How to access the “Merge Recordings” track settings to record multiple parts on one track

== Related Videos ==

Join MIDI tracks in GarageBand iOS – https://youtu.be/YHX8Iq5PRB4
How to split and join tracks in GarageBand iOS – https://youtu.be/OL_62nYNzj4
Merge/combine tracks in GarageBand iOS – https://youtu.be/ZeloBMl4qqU
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