Once you have recorded something or opened an audio file, you can play it, as follows. You can play AU, WAV, or AIFF files.
Click the Play Audio button.
When you click Play Audio, play begins at the play pointer position. The file is played from the beginning if it has just been opened or if you have just created the recording. If you click the Stop Playing button during play and then click Play Audio, play begins at the previous stop point.
See "To Specify Input and Output Device Options" for instructions for specifying a different output device.
Note that the Play Audio button is a toggle: before play, it is Play Audio; during play, it is Stop Playing.
Optional. Move the play pointer to a new start play position.
To move the play pointer to the beginning of the file, click the Go to Start button.
To move the play pointer to the end of the file, click the Go to End button.
To move the play pointer to a position within the file:
If the waveform is not displayed, drag the slider with mouse button 1.
If the waveform is displayed, click anywhere in the waveform window.
Optional. Adjust the output volume by clicking on the Increase Volume or Decrease Volume buttons.
To mute the output, click the Turn Sound Off button.
To stop playing the file, click the Stop Playing button.
The Play buttons are inactive when no file has been loaded or recorded.