[iBook] Recording for my bird

Rebecca Hoffman rjhoffman at runbox.com
Sun Apr 9 17:50:59 PDT 2006

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.
> .Thanks
> ---
> James Paul Manley
> Albuquerque, New Mexico
> Jim Manley's Photoshop Elements Page
> http://www.geocities.com/jim_p_manley/index.html
> 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.
> _______________________________________________
> iBook mailing list
> iBook at listserver.themacintoshguy.com
> http://listserver.themacintoshguy.com/mailman/listinfo/ibook
> Listmom is trying to clean out his closets! Vintage Mac and random 
> stuff:
>         http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZmacguy1984

More information about the iBook mailing list