Multitrack mode not working

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    Tom LangfordTom Langford
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    Hi guys,

    I’ve just picked up an LP-16 and I’m trying to get my head around using it. I’ve been able to playback stereo WAVs, but so far the MT mode isn’t working. It recognising the song folders, and showing the correct length. But when I attempt to play the song, it briefly shows the ‘hour glass’ symbol and nothing else happens and the song fails to begin playing.

    I’m pretty sure I’m following the correct file structure – the folders of mono WAVs are saved in the ‘recording folder’.

    If anyone has any ideas what might be going wrong, that would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers

    Naram

    #26038
    Tom LangfordTom Langford
    Participant

    By the way, I have also attempted to update the firmware – however my Mac with OSX 10.8 isn’t recognising the device being plugged in. This is rather frustrating!

    #26039
    Laszlo .Laszlo
    Keymaster

    Can you try to use the uTool for exporting the songs to the USB storage device? (it would be nice to format the drive with the LP-16 before you doing this)

    And also would be nice to update the firmware on your LP-16. Please make sure, you removed the USB storage device from the front panel USB slot before you trying to connect to your MAC.

    #26040
    Tom LangfordTom Langford
    Participant

    Thanks, I will try Utool.

    By the way, in terms of the Firmware, I have removed the USB storage device but it still does not seem to recognise it. The updater appears totally blank (although when the USB storage device is plugged in it actually says ‘no device’ so maybe it is picking up something)

    Also I did format the USB storage device. It is a slightly older device, so perhaps I will try a newer one tomorrow.

    Seems like getting songs on is not a simple process!

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