Add markers to online audios and loop them as you want. Speed up or down the audio. Indispensible tool for any musician.
With this extension, you can loop sections of audio on supported services. This is a really useful tool if you are a musician and want to play along songs you found on your favorite music/video streaming service. With keyboard shortcuts, it is easy to mark in and out audio. Two markers (A and B) can be placed at current playhead position when you need. You can also change the playback speed down to 0.2x and up to 5x. This is not available for example on YouTube. Also it is generally not possible to download music from streaming sevices directly to your computer but with the help of web players of these services, it is possible to do music training using the browser. Currently supported pages; youtube.com musi.sh (Apple Music) vimeo.com tidal.com These services will be covered later on upon request; open.spotify.com soundcloud.com Contact me at alinacierdem.com for requests and bug reports. Icons made by Pixel perfect (https://www.flaticon.com/authors/pixel-perfect) Creative Commons BY 3.0
- (2023-06-04) Rob Bednark: I can't figure out how to use this. Where do I click? Are there keys to click? (I'm on a Mac)
- (2023-04-13) jens bergman: Sadly does not work in spotify web player and youtube (A/B buttons not showing) on windows 10. Seems to work musi.sh
- (2022-11-04) Francisco Guzmán: it works sadly not in my tablet but it works and has shortcuts.
- (2022-07-28) AZAZAZAZ AZAZAZAZ: جميل جدا
- (2022-06-21) HW Park: It's a good program. I am using it for language learning. I just wish I could select the A and B buttons with keyboard shortcuts. Now, I select the beginning and the end of a sentence through several mouse clicks, but it is very inconvenient because this part is repeated over and over again.
- (2021-02-18) Dima Va: I love it on Windows but it doesn't seem to be working on Mac. Whenerver I open Youtube and try using A/B Player, I get message "No active audio source found".
- (2019-07-04) Burak Koksal: Seems very useful while training instruments. Exporting a gif also would be a good feature imho :)