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- 27th November 2015 at 22:43 #26598Jeff GastineauParticipant
I just received my uTrack-X32. When I ran the iPad app in demo mode, it let me reduce the number of recorded tracks (32 down to 24, 16, etc.). Now that the app is running live with the hardware, that setting option is not available. Can anyone advise me on this?
Thanks27th November 2015 at 23:04 #26599Tom SailorParticipant
The uTrack-X32 requires all 32 channels to be recorded due to the lack of a display when used without the uRemote application.
The demo of the uRemote was demoing the uTrack24.28th November 2015 at 02:21 #26602Richard Yeoman-ClarkParticipant
I also fell foul of this having bought the uTrack-X32 on the back of looking at the uRemote demo. I have been very disappointed at only being able to record all 32 tracks at once when I only needed eight. The X32 Card Configuration also seemed to show various different track settings but none of them made any difference. I had to revert to just using the uTrack as a USB interface and record to a DAW on a laptop.
It would have helped if you could select which tracks to import out of the 32 recorded when using the uControl app to export the audio. I didn’t want 24 files of silence taking up space on my hard drive.28th November 2015 at 20:37 #26604Tom SailorParticipant
The concept behind the card is that there is no track arming or assigning required ever. The uTrack-X32 is designed to be a hassle and worry free bullet proof system. With today’s affordable hard drives memory shouldn’t be an issue. Simply delete the tracks you don’t need after importing them. I’m sure you would be far more upset if you used the uTrack-X32 and didn’t record the bass guitar…hope this helps clarify things.29th November 2015 at 06:32 #26605Jeff GastineauParticipant
Apparently you haven’t heard the bass player! :woohoo:
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