Transport Menu: Looping

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These commands enable you to control loop play.
Transport Menu commands let you play or stop, loop play, scrub play or record (including timed and sound activated recordings)Tracks Menu provides commands for creating and removing tracks, applying operations to selected tracks such as mixing, resampling or converting from stereo to mono, and lets you add or edit labelsGenerate Menu lets you create audio containing tones, noise or silenceAudacity includes many built-in effects and also lets you use a wide range of plug-in effectsThe Analyze Menu contains tools for finding out about the characteristics of your audio, or labeling key featureThe Tools Menu contains customisable toolsThe Extra menu provides access to additional Commands that are not available in the normal default Audacity menusThe Help Menu lets you find out more about the Audacity application and how to use it.  It also includes some diagnostic tools.These commands control playback in AudacityThese commands control recording in AudacityScrubbing is the action of moving the mouse pointer right or left so as to adjust the position, speed or direction of playback, listening to the audio at the same time - a convenient way to quickly navigate the waveform to find a particular event of interestThese commands let you move the cursor to the start or end of the selection, track or any adjacent Clip that you may havetip about LoopingRescan for audio devices connected to your computer, and update the playback and recording dropdown menus in Device ToolbarThis submenu lets you manage and set various options for transport (playing and recording) in Audacitytip about Loop On/Offtip about Clear Looptip about Set Loop to Selectiontip about Set Loop Intip about Set Loop OutThe MenusTransport-LoopingMenu.png
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Loop On/Off  L

Toggles loop play to be on or off.

Clear Loop  

Clears the looping region in the Timeline.

Set Loop to Selection  

Sets the looping region in the Timeline to be the same as the current selection.

Set Loop In  

Sets the start point of the looping region in the Timeline.

Set Loop Out  

Sets the end point of the looping region in the Timeline.

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