My stupid noob question, importing existing (non-utool) wav files

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    Tim StoryTim Story
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    Hi, I know, stupidest question ever. I bought my Utrack24 for a simple task. Playing back a multichannel audio installation. My 8 tracks of .wav audio (mastered in protools) are ready, but how do I convert/import them in uTool on my Mac? How do i find them? In ‘home’ or ‘import’, no matter what drive I choose, I can’t ‘see’ or navigate to any of my prepared wav files. I can’t drag and drop anything into the uTool windows either. UTool seems to be looking for files in its own file format, in its own Lib folder, but I don’t have any of those yet, cause i can’t convert them. I just want to import 8 files, put them in a new multitrack folder on the proper channels, and export to a usb drive for the uTrack24. So what simple thing am I doing wrong?

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    Tim StoryTim Story
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    Tim StoryTim Story
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    OK, I figured out my issue, didn’t notice the little directory icon to navigate my drives. Duhhhhh. Now I have one more question. How do I delete my original post so as not to waste people’s time? Oh, and one more! I’d love to make this audio installation as simple and bulletproof as possible for the gallery staff. I have it set for auto play upon start-up, but would be great to have it loop indefinitely and automatically upon power up. (Can’t ask the staff to push play every hour for 7 weeks!) I have seen and set the loop function, but can’t see how to save this loop option within the song or the playlist, only by dialing in the instructions each and every time the unit is powered up? Is this the case? Any workaround to allow the staff to simply turn on the unit in the morning and turn it off at night?

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