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I'm using Windows XP SP3 and Media Player 11 and want to know how to loop a portion of a track in Windows Media Player.

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While the Windows Media Player Plus! add-on doesn't seem to have this feature currently, if it's possible to implement I'm sure the developer would be willing to do so, so I recommend you drop him a mail. – Karan Oct 31 '12 at 17:29

This can't be done with the stock player, but you can easily use a program like Audacity to cut the desired piece and repeatedly play it.

My more musically inclined friends use for songs.

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You may be able to accomplish this by creating a .asx file with the STARTTIME, DURATION and REPEAT elements, see

And an example:

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