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TO CONVERT TO A WAV. FILE

I HAVE BOUNCED THE SONG TO 5@6 BUT IT WONT CONVERT TO AWAV. FILE SO I CAN MAKE A CD. OF IT

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I think you can only convert from 7/8 you should bounce to 7/8 then try

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Bounced trks 3&4 to 7&8 clicked on wav file button canceled says out of capacity


You have a memory problem. If you are using a flash card for memory or a CD drive or perhaps you have configured an external drive, you need to free up some space. Try deleting tracks or songs you don't need anymore.

Each song is independent on a CompactFlash
without affecting other songs. You can give a desired song name for managing recorded songs
(see pages 23 and 91).
Recorded track data is stored in a song as mono WAV files.
The MR-8mkII can convert the two WAV files recorded on tracks 7 and 8 (L and R) to a stereo
WAV file (see page 115).
You can export the converted stereo WAV file to your USB-connected personal computer, and
use the file by a music software application or make an original audio CD on the computer using
a CD burn software application. You can also burn an audio CD by using an external CD-R/RW
drive connected via the [USB HOST] port of the MR-8mkII (see page 115 and 123)
Fostex MR 8MKII Owner Manual Page 73 Fostex MR 8MKII Owner Manual Exporting Data To Personal Computer...

Are you using the auto delete feature? Get rid of data you don't need here: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/53326/Fostex-Mr-8mkii.html?page=135#manual

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How do i convert musid to wave


You can upload it to an online service such as: http://audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-wav ; or use a software package to do it locally: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fileextensions/tp/free-audio-converter.htm

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How do I transfer track data to computer?


Why you have to convert to mp3 ?. Did not the card can be removed and installed on the computer and then copied?
Where you convert the file? BR or computer?
What software you use to convert?

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Just trying to convert a wav to an mp3 on the h4n.a little help? CANNOT get to the encode screen.thanksWill225 772 2356


open up the battery door. Make sure that the switch it is not set to "stamina mode". This disables many main menu options

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When u export the track down too a wav.form and i convert it too mp3. if i listen too it in headphones i can only hear the vocals in the right earbud.


Well, did you run the vocals through a mixer and send to BOTH channels of the Lexicon Alpha? If you connect the mic to only one channel you will only get one channel UNLESS you process the .wav file and PAN the vocal channel into both channels when outputing to your MP3.

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What are the exact steps to bounce tracks on the Boss Micro BR


It’s necessary to bounce all of your tracks to a stereo pair of tracks before you can export your song to a computer as a WAV or MP3 file for burning onto a CD.
1. In normal mode, push EXIT and UTILITY until you see BOUNCE on the display.
Note: The upper right corner of the display shows the track you’re bouncing to. By default, “12V2”—Tracks 1 and 2, Virtual Track 2—is selected.
2. Press STOP and REWIND together to go back to the beginning of the song.
3. Press RECORD, and then press PLAY.
4.When the song’s finished playing, press STOP.
i read some stuff online and this should help.

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What sound files can be loaded from a pc to an mpc 500? aiff, wav,mpc...? thanks


Data Compatibility
MPC1000: SEQ, WAV, PGM
MPC2000/2000XL: SEQ, WAV, SND, PGM (Most parameters of PGM file can be loaded.)
MPC4000: SEQ, WAV, PGM (DRUM program only. Only note assign and tune are loaded.)
MPC3000: SND (THRU Computer)
Z4/Z8: SEQ, WAV, PGM (DRUM program only. Only note assign and tune are loaded.)
S5000/6000: WAV only (THRU Computer)
S1000/3000: No compatibility

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I have the Fostex MR-8 mk II without the burner. I'm having trouble as of late at exporting my finished song to a laptop computer. It's worked fine in the past. Could it be my USB cord is bad? The computer...


USB cords are cheap and can often be found even in Thrift stores... try a new one to eliminate that possibility... I will say they RARELY go bad unless they have been abused.

Remember that reading a USB stick by the computer is FAR different than transfering data from the Fostex...

MAKE SURE the driver for the Fostex in your computer is intact...

OFTEN the stupid DLL files that were working get CLOBBERED by new software and suddenly old things that used to work don't anymore... Thank MS for the stupid thing of allowing new software to change DLL's.

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I need help with my Boss Micro BR. I want to convert the song I recorded to MP3, so that I can hear it on my laptop. I connect the recorder with the laptop through U.S.B. and can only get to the files that...


Go to bossbr.net - Plenty of answers there! And yes, you have to master or export the tracks to .mp3 or .wav. These files will be located in the mp3 folder. Boss also makes a free .wav converter located on their website.

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RC-50: Importing wav. files from computer to loop station.


Hi I just got a RC 50 and I face the same problem but looking the content of the data in the Roland folder (after you connect the USB) , I notice the format of the label of each sound's and I understood the problem. So , here it is . Before you connect to USB , you have to choose a patch , let say n.16 OK, now the audio file that you want to import into the data folder must be named in this way "016_1.WAV" ,the 16 refer to the patch number and 1 is the phrase number (if you want to put the audio file into the phrase 1 ,or 2 if 2 ecc.) now disconnect the USB .At this point you just have to increase or decrease the patch number just one time and go back to 16 (it has to refresh the patch info) and you'll find your audio file ready to use in whatever phrase you put it.
have fun
Paolo

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