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Lesson 5. Working with Apple Loops > Looping Objects in the Arrange Window

Looping Objects in the Arrange Window

Loops, loops, loops! At the moment, you have two Regions in the Arrange window. One is in the form of an Apple Loop, while the other is a folder that contains individual audio samples. Both these Regions are just one bar long, and one bar does not make much of a song. Loops to the rescue!

Looped Regions are simply aliases that refer back to the original Object. There are many benefits to using loops. For example, because loops are just aliases with no extra audio content of their own, loops take up less system memory than copying the Objects would. But even better (particularly for looped MIDI Regions), if you change the data in the original Object, that change ripples through all the loops. Edit once, change all.


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