How to use non-destructive editing in GarageBand iOS

How to use non-destructive editing in GarageBand iOS

One of the best features of GarageBand iPhone and GarageBand iPad (and many other DAWs for that matter), is something called non-destructive editing.

What non-destructive editing allows you to do is retrieve parts of a track that have been trimmed or even deleted by adjusting the in and out points of a piece of audio.

In this video I show you how I used non-destructive editing when mixing my songs in GarageBand iOS.

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