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Ok, I am learning guitar. A VERY large challenge I am finding is that to take my hands off the guitar to try and pause and rewind the video clip or the music track every time and am finding it so dang annoying.

So I was wondering is there a Spacebar pedal or something that anyone has invented to put on the floor and use with your foot to pause, rewind etc a video track?

It would make it so much easier, or maybe I am just crazy.

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I'm at work, not near my Mac, but here are a couple thoughts for you.

Macs with microphones have an ability to work w/ voice response. Whether you can make it do what you want I don't know, but you might check it out.

If you're using Garage Band, you can loop audio tracks! I don't know if you can play video in GB - never tried it - but if you can, that too would be potentially able to be looped.

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I've never heard of that, but I gotta say that is one **** of a good idea.

Other than that I don't think I could help you.
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