How to create a playlist for 5 different speakers that repeats

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    Kristian Byskov
    Kristian Byskov
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    Hello,

    I just started using the LP-16.

    I would like to use it to make a sound installation where 5 different mono-tracks play on 5 different speakers on repeat.

    Please, does anyone know how to make a set up like this?

    The last thing I tried was: I downloaded Utool, created a playlist, set each track to “no delay” and exported it to a multi track folder (recording>playlist). When playing the sound came out of one speaker.

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    Laszlo .
    Laszlo
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    Hi Kristian,

    Please follow this:

    How to use the uTool in Multitrack mode:
    Open uTool, go to the “home” tab
    Click on the “LP-16″/”Multitrack Songs” in the left window (you can create subfolder for your songs)
    Click on the “new multitrack song” in the right window.
    Now you should see a popup window. The Left side is the place for your source files, the right side is the LP-16 outputs.
    Simply drag and drop your source files from the left window to the right window.
    You can set up mixer parameters for the song.
    Save the song close the editor.

    How to use the uTool to create playlists:
    On the “home” tab click on the “LP-16″/”Playlist”
    Click on the “new playlist” in the right window.
    Now you should see a popup window. The Left side is the place for your songs what you created before, simply drag and drop the songs from left to right to create a playlist.
    Add a name for a playlist and set the “start mode” between the songs. (here if you set “no delay” or “wait for timer” start mode the playlist will be looped)
    Save the playlist and close the editor.

    How to export:

    Go to the export window then select LP-16 as target type
    Select your songs and/or playlists in the left window
    Select your USB drive at the top of right window
    Click on the export

    On your device you’ll need to load the playlist.

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