> > >
> > > I don't seem to find a way in 1.3.5. how to loop a replay, especially a
> > > selection - finding loops in a sound.
> > ain't there really a simple way how to set some loop-marks to loop a
> > portion of a sound in Audacity? I only seem to set something while
> > dragging the left mouse on the ruler above the waveform, but it
> > always replays just once. Absolutely can't find any "loop" checkbox or am
> > I blind?
> Audacity does not have loop markers as such. Audacity plays looped if you
> SHIFT - click on the Play button, or use the shortcut SHIFT + Space.
> The region you create by dragging on the timeline is a "play-on-demand"
> feature. You can only have one of these regions at a time, and by default
> it is only designed to play once, when you release the mouse. This feature
> is not available in 1.2 versions of Audacity.
> If you want multiple regions to choose from which you can loop play,
> you will probably be better labelling the regions so they persist. Then you
> can just select each label, then SHIFT - click to loop-play the region. To
> use the SHIFT + Space shortcut after clicking in the label, use ESC, ENTER
> or up arrow after the label click. See:
> Note that you need the current 1.3.7 Beta for the "linking labels with
> audio tracks" feature mentioned there.
> If you find it easier to drag on the timeline, you can as a workaround SHIFT
> + Space after releasing the mouse (while the audio is still playing) to make
> that region loop-play. You can also make play-on-demand regions "locked"
> by clicking Edit > Play Region > Lock. Then whenever you play or loop-play,
> only that region will play, irrespective of cursor position or the presence
> of a selection region in the waveform. Unlock the play region at Edit > Play
> Region > Unlock.
Great thanks for the info, I have a use for it indeed :)