Join Julio Appling for an in-depth discussion in this video Playback options and settings, part of Real Books and Digital Accompaniment Tools for Musicians.
- [Instructor] While you may set default settings…for repeats, key signature, and style and editing mode,…when practicing you may wish to modify tempo…and instrumentation.…Adjustments made in playback mode are saved…and will remain upon navigating away from the song.…Though some default settings, such as key and style,…remain saved to the song and can be viewed…in the playback area and song list, respectively.…To play a song at any time in editor or playback mode…press play or double-click on the song…in the playlist to start from the beginning.…
(blues-jazz music)…You can also double-click the specific area of the staff…where you would like playback to begin.…(blues-jazz music)…In the repeats area you may incrementally…increase or decrease the number of times…the song will repeat upon playback.…Or double-click the number to enter…a specific number of repeats.…
Remember, if you have notated a repeat…at the beginning and ending of your song…then the total number of repetitions will be doubled.…If you want to continuously loop a section of your song…
- Accompaniment styles
- Playback options and settings
- Drums and tracks
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- iReal Pro
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