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  • kindlychung
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    #4654 |

    Hi, all.

    How do you move both loopmarks at the same time? In transcribe! you can just drag the region between these two marks.

    Thanks.

    tony_anytune
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    #4659 |

    Have a look in http://anytune.us/ios-user-guide/ios-looping/

    The Loop adjustment buttons left arrow and right arrow

    Tap these to move the loop one loop length left or right. Tap and hold to nudge the loop left/right. You can also double or half the loop length.

    kindlychung
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    #4661 |

    Thanks.

    On macOS there is a keyboard shortcut:
    . for shift right
    , for shift left

    tony_anytune
    Keymaster
    Post count: 294
    #4662 |

    Yes.

    Shift Loop Left ,
    Shift Loop Right .

    Go to Anytune > Help > Keyboard Shortcuts to see all the shortcuts:

    Here are some loop ones:
    Toggle Looping On/O L
    Next Loop Mode ⇧L
    Go To Loop A ⌥A
    Move A to Playhead A
    Move B to Playhead B
    Set A Position… * ⇧A
    Set B Position… * ⇧B
    Reset Loop X Nudge A
    Left [ Nudge A Right ]
    Nudge B Left ⇧[
    Nudge B Right ⇧]
    1/2 Loop /
    x2 Loop *
    Move A to Previous Mark ⌥⇧←
    Move A to Next Mark ⌥⇧→
    Move B to Previous Mark ⌥⇧⌘←
    Move B to Next Mark ⌥⇧⌘→
    Nudge Loop Left ;
    Nudge Loop Right ‘
    Set Loop Position… * ⇧;
    Shift Loop Left ,
    Shift Loop Right .
    Shift Loop to Previous Mark < Shift Loop to Next Mark >
    Enable Step-It-Up Trainer ⌘U

    jmaclb
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    #6676 |

    I’m reading the user guide for ios. I have Anytune Pro + version 4.4.4 on my iPhone 11. I can’t find the the loop adjustment buttons whic are mentioned above in tony_anytune’s post and in the User Guide.

    tony_anytune
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    #6677 |

    Anytune has several modes that present you with controls and visualizations for a specific task. You want to enter the Loop Mode.

    The Mode Button Mode Selector button is to the far right of the Play Button. Tap the Mode Button Mode Selector button and Choose your desired mode. Tap it again to return to the Play mode.

    When you choose Loop Mode you will see the Loop Adjustment controls for A Loop and B.

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