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Add individual audio clip looping via mouse-click & drag similar to Ableton Live (different from Duplicate) *screenshot*

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asked Mar 29, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by benjaminharrison (300 points)
edited Mar 30, 2016 by benjaminharrison

Instead of having to duplicate audio files in order to 'loop' them, it would be handy to have loop functionality similar to other DAWs (Ableton Live, Sony Acid/Vegas, etc.) whereby you can specify a loop region within an individual audio clip and mouse-click&drag the right-most edge of the clip to extend the duration of the clip, with the loop region automatically duplicated along the timeline.

For example:

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answered Aug 7, 2016 by AlexTinsley (924,900 points)

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answered Sep 11, 2017 by Scoox (16,820 points)
Only as long as the looped clip can be manipulated as if it were a clip, too, i.e. split, copied, pasted, etc. There are many things to think about here, would it copy automation too? Personally I don't have a problem with the current method,  I would be much happier if there was an easier way to "paint" clips like in FL Studio.