Yeah, I know there are several options. Another one is using ctrl+click, which I think is the most efficient for this. BUT what I want is the easiest and fastest way to select a start section and play automatically.
The best option is the ctrl+click, you can select a very close section and works. But, you need 2 hands, so discarted.
The other one is the upper bar, but you can’t select a close section to the last one cause the double arrow appears. I mean, I wanna start listening to the song when the guitar comes. I select 1:43,87, but the guitar starts at 1:42,12, for example. With the ctrl+click is done, you “fail” the first selection, and correct it moving the mouse 2mm before. BUT, as I said, you need one hand in the keyboard, another in the mouse. So the perfect way is the upper bar, but once you’ve selected 1:43,xx, if you try to select 1:42, or 1:40, you can’t cause you are “too close” to the last selection and the double-arrow icon appears. So you need to go to the 1:38,xx.
Well, seems no big deal, but when you are listening to a lot of parts, you mistakenly use the double arrow and drag the selection, and you wish that double-arrow wouldn’t appear and change the function of the click in the upper bar.
To sum up, I’d like to use the ctrl+click option (you can select very close sections), but without using ctrl key, just clicking and automatically playing from there to the end (the upper bar does it perfectly, but you can’t correct 2-3 secs, which are the seconds I usually wanna correct cause my selection wasn’t accurate).