- 22nd June 2015 at 04:11 #26182Michael NewmanParticipant
🙁 I have had this LP-16 for two days and I have yet to be able to load a song and hear it. I ‘ve tried to follow the guide but to no avail..
Is there something that is done to the song before you can load and hear it? The guide .to say the least,is vague at best. Why not have a video tutorial showing each step of this process.. Help please. I have a pro studio and people come to me with midi files and thought this would be the perfect device for saving time and have things easier.
409-951-909522nd June 2015 at 04:26 #26183Tom SailorParticipant
Are you using the uTool software?22nd June 2015 at 19:25 #26186Michael NewmanParticipant
Yes i am, but i suppose i’m doing something wrong.
If you can,walk me through the steps from beginning to end.
I have midi files i would like to track and record in the studio.
Thanks for any help you can give me…
409-951-909522nd June 2015 at 20:57 #26187Tom SailorParticipant
Nice to speak with you today Mike…hope I clarified things for you.27th June 2015 at 04:42 #26198PaoloParticipant
Hi can someone post the steps of HOW?? online please?
Can not get this to work. 🙁
I’ve updated the firmware, tried copying wav files to the ‘recordings’ folder on the usb drive, I can see them when I plug it into the LP, but it doesn’t play them.
I’ve tried using the u-tool software but no go. I would love to use the usb drive and not have to go through the utool software if possible?
Thanks. 😉29th June 2015 at 10:34 #26200LaszloKeymaster
Go to the settings, select your target device.
Go to the export tab, select the “add new song”, browse your mono wav files on the left window, then drag and drop your mono files to the right window to the corresponding channels.
(Set your mixer parameters in the top right corner icon.)
Add song name for your project than click on the “save and close” button
Now you can select the song in the left window, and select your USB storage device in the right window, than click on the export button.
Create a Recording folder on your HDD, create YOURSONGNAME subfolder, then put your wav files here, for the channel routing you have to use numbering prefix in the name of the files. Like this: 01_kick.wav, 02_snare.wav, 03_hh.wav)
Please make note the Folder name Recording without “s”
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