You can make any audio clip into a loop by selecting the Looping check box in the Clip Inspector’s Groove Clip section. Once looping is enabled, you can drag out loops to create multiple repetitions. There are several other ways to enable looping:Select the clip you want to loop and do one of the following:
In the Clip Inspector’s Groove Clip section, select the Looping check box.
Right-click the clip and choose Groove Clip Looping on the pop-up menu.
3. When the cursor changes, click the end or beginning of the clip and drag it to the right (if you are dragging out from the end) or left (if you are dragging from the beginning).
2. When the cursor changes, click the end or beginning of the clip and drag it to the right (if you are dragging out from the end) or left (if you are dragging from the beginning).If the Snap to Grid button is on, you can create a partial loop as small as the Snap to Grid setting allows. For example, if your Snap to Grid setting is set to quarter notes, you can create partial repetitions as small as a quarter of a measure.
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