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Is there a way to loop a sound?

 
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ssawczyn



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 4:13 pm    Post subject: Is there a way to loop a sound? Reply with quote

Hi, I have a small sample that I need to have looped. After hitting
paste for what seemed like the hundreth time, I thought there must be
an easier way to do this. Be that as it may, I'm not finding one. Is
there a way I can select something and essentially either paste it X
number of times, or create a file of a specific duration and fill it
with that sound?

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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Gerard Bik



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 4:57 pm    Post subject: Is there a way to loop a sound? Reply with quote

Hi Steve

I think you are not referring to playback. That is easy with the checkbox "loop playback".

Pasting lots of loops is quicker if you first paste ten, copy those ten loops and continue pasting this. It's ten times quicker.
Repeat twice and you are pasting a thousand loops with each keystroke.

regards

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Hi, I have a small sample that I need to have looped. After hitting paste for what seemed like the hundreth time, I thought there must be an easier way to do this. Be that as it may, I'm not finding one. Is there a way I can select something and essentially either paste it X number of times, or create a file of a specific duration and fill it with that sound?

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 5:14 pm    Post subject: Is there a way to loop a sound? Reply with quote

Ah, that's a perfect idea, I now feel very silly Smile. Thanks for your
reply, you probably saved the cmd-v keys on my keyboard.

Steve

On Jun 9, 2008, at 12:56 PM, Gerard Bik wrote:

Hi Steve

I think you are not referring to playback. That is easy with the
checkbox "loop playback".

Pasting lots of loops is quicker if you first paste ten, copy those
ten loops and continue pasting this. It's ten times quicker.
Repeat twice and you are pasting a thousand loops with each keystroke.

regards

Quote:
Hi, I have a small sample that I need to have looped. After hitting
paste for what seemed like the hundreth time, I thought there must
be an easier way to do this. Be that as it may, I'm not finding
one. Is there a way I can select something and essentially either
paste it X number of times, or create a file of a specific duration
and fill it with that sound?

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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