I find that it works out very well for me to do Chord Crush with my guitar in hand. After each puzzle, I replay the chords on the guitar and that reinforces for me how that progression fragment sounds on my main instrument.
It would be a help to this scenario if I could turn on a loop option to cause the progression fragment to replay in a loop until I stop it, rather than have to click again on the UI for each and every time I want to replay that fragment until it “sinks in”.
Alright! Great to have this new feature in Chord Crush.
Here is what I observe so far -
Pressing the spacebar to stop/start playback is hinky. A single press on the spacebar while playing often double-toggles right back and continues playing instead of stopping. This doesn’t happen every time, but it happens alot. (The mouse, OTOH, seems reliable so far.)
When I go to YouTube for playback, the ‘Instrumental’ choice does not work at all.
Above observations were in the Train mode.
In the Rush mode, sometimes blank measures play silence, so there is no sound/chord to identify.
Also, FWIW, I find myself fairly often wanting to turn the new loop feature on or off. It would be highly efficient if that were a direct operation always available for one-step toggling from the top level via mouse and/or keystroke.
In any case, thanks very much for the current implementation, and for your further consideration of this suggestion also.
Thanks for this, I’m wondering if somehow Hookpad is detecting multiple key presses on the space bar. We could try solving this with a debounce to only accept one command. Will look into this and get back to you