If you’re anything like me, you have a million voice memos on your iPhone. And, if you’re also like me, you can never find the one you want when you need it. Well, there’s good news!
You can easily loop any voice memo on your iPhone so that it plays continuously.
- Open the Voice Memos app on your iPhone
- Tap on the recording that you want to loop
- Tap on the share button (the square with an arrow coming out of it)
- Tap on the Loop button
- Your recording will now loop until you stop it!
How Do I Loop an Audio File?
There are a few different ways that you can loop an audio file. The first way is to use an audio editing program like Audacity. With Audacity, you can open up your audio file and then click on the “Loop” button at the top of the screen.
This will cause the audio file to play over and over again until you stop it. Another way to loop an audio file is to use a media player like VLC or Windows Media Player. Both of these players have options for looping audio files.
For example, in VLC, you can click on the “View” menu and then select “Playlist”. From there, you can check the “Repeat” box next to your audio file and it will play over and over again. In Windows Media Player, you can right-click on your audio file and select “Playback” > “Repeat” from the menu.
Finally, if you want to loop an entire playlist of songs or other audio files, you can use a program like iTunes or Winamp.
How Do You Put Voice Memos on Repeat?
There are a few ways that you can put voice memos on repeat. One way is to use the built-in Repeat function in the Voice Memos app. To do this, open the Voice Memos app and find the memo that you want to repeat.
Tap on the memo to open it, then tap on the three dots in the top right corner of the screen. This will bring up a menu with several options, including Repeat. Tap on Repeat and your voice memo will start playing back on a loop.
Another way to repeat voice memos is by using Siri. Just say “Hey Siri, play my latest voice memo,” or “Hey Siri, play my voice memo from yesterday.” Once your voice memo starts playing, you can say “Hey Siri, repeat this” and it will automatically start playing back on a loop.
Finally, you can also use third-party apps to put voice memos on repeat. One option is Repeater for iPhone (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/repeater-for-iphone-repeat/id1372592236?mt=8), which allows you to create an infinite loop of any audio file stored on your device, including voice memos.
How Do I Record a Loop on My iPhone?
Assuming you would like to know how to create a looping recording on your iPhone: Open the Voice Memos app. This is the green icon with a white microphone, usually found on the home screen.
If this is your first time opening Voice Memos, tap Continue, then choose a microphone. Otherwise, skip to the next step. Tap the record button to start recording. You can also tap and hold, then speak into the microphone. When you’re finished recording, tap. To keep recording without stopping, tap.
The red status bar at the top of your screen shows how long your recordings are and how much space they’re taking up on your device. To listen to your recordings, tap. To delete them, tap Delete All Recordings.
How Do You Replay an Audio Message on iPhone?
To replay an audio message on your iPhone, simply tap and hold the message until you see the “Menu” pop-up. From there, you can select “Replay” to listen to the message again.
How to Loop a Voice Memo on iPhone 11
If you’re anything like me, you probably use your iPhone to record a lot of voice memos. Whether it’s for work or personal use, voice memos are a great way to capture ideas and audio without having to type everything out. But one thing that can be frustrating about voice memos is that they don’t loop automatically.
So if you want to listen to a recording on repeat, you have to manually stop and start the recording each time. Fortunately, there’s a workaround for this problem. By using the built-in Clock app on your iPhone, you can set a timer for your voice memo recordings and have them loop automatically.
- Open the Clock app on your iPhone and tap the Timer tab at the bottom.
- Set the timer for however long you want the recording to play (e.g., 1 minute).
- Tap When Timer Ends, then scroll down and tap Stop Playing. This will ensure that the recording stops when the timer expires.
- Now go back to Voice Memos and start playing your recording.
Once it starts playing, go back to the Clock and start the timer. The recording will play on repeat until the timer expires!
If you’re anything like me, you probably use your iPhone’s Voice Memos app to record quick snippets of audio all the time. Whether it’s a reminder to yourself, an important phone number, or something you want to remember from a meeting, Voice Memos are a handy way to save and playback audio. But what if you want to loop a particular section of a recording?
Thankfully, there’s a hidden feature in Voice Memos that lets you do just that.