[iBook] Recording for my bird
samantha at netresults.biz
Sun Apr 9 18:11:02 PDT 2006
Good point. I was assuming (perhaps wrongly) that he would be
burning it to a CD and playing it from a separate CD player /
boombox / what have you. If the intent is to play it from iTunes
directly, there is certainly no need to create multiple tracks.
On Apr 9, 2006, at 8:50 PM, Rebecca Hoffman wrote:
> You don't need to create multiple tracks in iTunes. You can set a
> track to repeat by clicking the third button from the left at the
> bottom left of the iTunes window.
> On Apr 9, 2006, at 5:39 PM, Jim Manley wrote:
>> That is a good idea. I will try both.
>> James Paul Manley
>> Albuquerque, New Mexico
>> Jim Manley's Photoshop Elements Page
>> On Apr 9, 2006, at 6:35 PM, Samantha Cornell wrote:
>>> I know you can do this with a repeating loop in GarageBand...but
>>> I don't know enough about it to feel comfortable trying to
>>> explain how...I'm afraid I'd lead you astray.
>>> If you don't have/want to deal with GarageBand, what about just
>>> recording a sound (yourself speaking?), importing it into iTunes,
>>> creating a playlist with many copies of that track, and burning
>>> it to CD. Otherwise, you could just burn a CD with just one
>>> track of the phrase(s) and set your CD player to repeat. That
>>> way it would go on until you returned home.
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