How to use global fx on just one track in garageband

So...

Just mute all tracks that you don't want having the global fx event and double tap one of the ones that you do...

Choose merge and merge the fx track with the ones you do want the fx on then DELETE the fx track itself...the muted ones are thus no longer effected lol

Hope this helps, apologies if this has already been discovered

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  • @Love3quency

    Yeah Thanks --that's a great tip! I had always found that vexing. Looking forward to trying that out

  • edited April 2017 Vote Up0

    Interesting does this mean the merged tracks can no longer be edited separately anymore?

    Okay re-reading again. Is this the equivalent of a one time "destructively" applied effect?

  • @realdavidai said:
    Interesting does this mean the merged tracks can no longer be edited separately anymore?

    Okay re-reading again. Is this the equivalent of a one time "destructively" applied effect?

    The merged tracks can be further edited as any track can but obviously it is rendered as a wav form not midi notes

    What do you mean by a "one time destructively applied effect"?

  • @Love3quency said:

    @realdavidai said:
    Interesting does this mean the merged tracks can no longer be edited separately anymore?

    Okay re-reading again. Is this the equivalent of a one time "destructively" applied effect?

    The merged tracks can be further edited as any track can but obviously it is rendered as a wav form not midi notes

    Okay thanks, I get it now :)

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