I have tried numerous times: I drag the files to the *A and into a Crate followed by IMPORT, but the system won't acknowledge the music files. I'm not sure why this is happening and have become very frustrated. I also went into my iTunes and changed the encoding to support Serato and again, the system would not recognize my files either out of iTunes or even off of my recorded CD files. I have a 2G system with Vista. What do you suggest?
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Re: Serato won't recognize my music files
Your using itunes and trying to export your library that is the problem it has metatag encoding which at this time is not supported by serato and says it all over there sites forum. There are ways to do it but none of which i know that are legal or condone. Your best bet is to not use itunes as many djs acknowlodge that since you cant use itunes to dj with, even in your bedroom as stated in there terms of service that it is not worth using itunes. I use other types of music collections on like such as mp3.com and rhapsody or dancerecords.com to download all my music to dj with.
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Have you made sure the "up/down" button is not depressed? It's the furthest button to the right of the player if you are looking at it head-on. If it is depressed, it will cause the needle to simply hover above the spinning record. A good thing if you want to "pause" your musical experience, but not much help if you are trying to enjoy some sonic sensations.
I've had exactly the same problem, and so far no resolution from Ion. A small bit of good news: the .wav files are on the hard drive, although without any track info. At least on Vista, they are in username/AppData/Local/Temp. The files are name Temp0, Temp1, Temp 2, ...
You can use iTunes to add these files (File/add file) and then convert them to .mp3s, or whatever format you prefer. Or you could convert them first using the tool of your choice, such as Audiograbber.
This is inconvenient, but a lot better than re-ripping the vinyl after EZVinyl hangs.
I have a Mac (OS X 10.5.7) and had the same problem with the Ion TTUSB system picking up room noise. This seemed to fix it:
In System Preference, under Hardware, choose "Sound".
Under "Choose a device for sound input" choose USB Audio CODEC type: USB
music files converted by ez converter cannot be find in i tunes library because of the incompatibilty of codecs of ez converter and i tunes.try the converters that are compatible with i tunes.
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hi , please check the excact files that you want , is it mp3 or wave files, second .try another computer and burn it again in one new blank cd...maybe the files that you have is different..files..it happens (specially on mac , windows, because of there OS there is some different codec files aiff, aif, wav.etc...) please double check ..u