This command enables or disables audio looping. When looping is enabled, if a selection exists, the selection is repeated, otherwise the entire audio is repeated. When looping is disabled, reaching the end of the audio stops playback. The selection can be created, removed, or changed while the audio is looping, however note that this may cause audio artifacts, so it's recommended to lower the volume first. The shortcut for Loop is the L key.

Looping affects the behavior of the Rewind command: if looping is enabled and a selection exists, playback jumps to the start of the selection, otherwise it jumps to the beginning of the audio.