Problem creating new multitrack song

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    Jesse ColeJesse Cole
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    Hello Cymatic and Cymatic users,

    I’m having some trouble with uTool2. I have exported tracks from my DAW into folders to be used for the purpose of creating new multitrack songs in uTool… but when I open those song folders in the multitrack editor, the audio tracks do not appear, i.e. the song folders I created do not show any wav files within them. Therefore, my files are not available to be dragged/dropped into the right-side panel of the editor. My song folders themselves DO appear in the left-side panel, it’s just the tracks inside of them that don’t appear. When I examine the song folders on my hard drive, the audio tracks are in there, so the DAW did export them into their proper folders, but uTool just doesn’t seem to recognize that they’re there. I have done this entire process successfully on my older computer, so I think I did everything correctly, but I can’t seem to figure out why this is a problem on my new machine.

    Can anyone offer some guidance?

    I am running Windows 10 with uTool2; the audio was exported as separate tracks from Cubase v. 10.

    #125608
    Laszlo .Laszlo
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    As you did not mention is that LP-16 or uTrack24 I’ll write a tutorial how to makre the songs and playlist for LP-16
    The supported files are: Standard wav file (signed); 16/24bit, 44.1, 48kHz
    Floating format files and 32 bit files are not supported also not displayed in the app

    Quick tutorial how to use the app:

    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 (you can browse your folder), the right side is the LP-16 outputs. (the source files can be mono, stereo or multichannel wav file)
    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, so once you load and start the playlist on LP-16 the playback will be continuous until you hit the stop button)
    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 (what you want to use with your LP-16) in the top part of right window
    Click on the export

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