Editor’s Note: This tutorial was written for GarageBand 5.1 running on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
If you aren’t familiar with GarageBand, it’s quite a feature-packed app that comes with iLife and every new Mac, which allows you to edit and record sounds/music. For the beginning user, there may be some “hidden” tricks that GarageBand has up its sleeve that aren’t exactly obvious. Here we’ll be covering how to take one track and split it into two different ones with a nice keyboard shortcut.
First, if you have multiple tracks, you’re going to have to choose a track, by clicking on it, like so. The grand piano is selected:
Next, you’re going to have to choose a place where to split the track, by adjusting the red vertical line by clicking on the ruler:
Finally, just hit Command+T and the track will be split, like so:
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