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If you're working on a specific section of the song, you may find that you want to loop that region. You can set the cycle boundaries just like we did earlier when making markers. You can go to the Transport, and you can set with a numeric value the In and the Out Points. So, for example, let's set it to 3 for the In Point, and for now let's make it 5 for the Out Point, so we just have a two-bar selection. And with Cycle enabled we can now cycle that section of our arrangement.
(music playing) This is going to be really handy if you're working on a very specific part of your arrangement or just a specific section of the song, and just want to hear it over and over to perfect whatever you're working on. A second way that you can set these is by simply clicking and dragging to move the left or start location, and the right or end location. One other thing that's very important when you're exporting, and we'll touch on this when we cover exporting is that you can use the cycle points for exporting selections between locators.
This can be a very handy feature if you only want to export a specific section of your song.
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