Loops are limited to 32 notes at this point. Longer passages can be broken up into phrases and practiced separately.
Making a loop
Click on the “new” button in the menu, give it a name, and click “Done.”
Just click the button at the fret and string position you want. This will create a quarter note.
Click on the note in the tab view. You can adjust fret, string, and note length. You can delete a note from here. You can also insert a new note, which will show up just prior to the current one and use the same fret and string.
Adding notes with options
Hold down the shift key while click the button at the fret and string position you want. This will create the note but pop up a dialog for you to customize it - change the length, etc.
Click on the ‘play’ button, or hit the space bar.
Adjusting The Tempo
Move the slider with your mouse, or use the left or right keys. It’s handy to start a loop, and then bop the right key with your picking hand to move up the tempo while you play.