I think that "export looped" should overlay the final fading out sounds on the beginning, so the song would really loop. Not just be cut in right time. I mean if there is a reverberated sound finishing one bar, the reverbation should be mixed back to the beginning of the song to make it a seamless loop.

It would be also ubercool to be able to export selected region on the timeline, so one can design several loops in one song, then export them separately and then play with them outside,for example in video games.

2011/6/13 Tobias Doerffel <tobias.doerffel@gmail.com>
Hi,

Am Montag, 13. Juni 2011, 23:09:49 schrieb Kristi:
> I could look into adding a custom number of bars to the end, but is
> this really all that useful?  If a user wanted extra silence, they
> could just add empty bars to the song.
Hm, you're right - didn't think about this. Will apply your patch then. :)

Toby

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