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GarageBand and the Arrange Track

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Hi. I teach a Music Production class in high school. We use GarageBand 09 at the moment. I can't figure out a way to delete the arrange track sections without deleting the music underneath them. Does anyone know how to do this?

Thanks in advance for the help

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You could try selecting the Arrange track and hitting Command+Option+Delete.

Hope this helps.
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