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Q. The Volume Fader on a GarageBand track is disabled, how do I enable it?
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A. You have the Volume Curve activated. Click the down pointing arrow in the lower right corner of the track’s header. You can manipulate the volume curve by adding and dragging points on the line at right, or, click the little Blue or Green LED next to the words Track Volume to turn it off, giving control back to the fader.

Note that Track Volume is linked to Track Pan. If you turn either one on or off, both are set to the same state.

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The effect automation curves are also linked to the Track Pan and Volume curves. Setting the state for any of them, controls the state of all of them.

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GarageBand from Apple Computer uses audio loops and MIDI loops in Apple Loops format. It can work with Audio Units plug-ins. Apple Macintosh Compatible FireWire and USB interfaces can be used to connect Audio and MIDI instruments to your Mac, and be recorded into GarageBand.

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