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Rc-50 recording silent wav files

The rc-50 volumes are high and the loops record fine but when I send them to my computer as a wav file the wav file plays silence

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SOURCE: 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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SOURCE: were do i find and how can i use the wav files

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SOURCE: Why are my exported wav

Make sure that the file format is the same, first. If so, try converting the format from wav. to a more recent format type, such as mp3, or mp4 if possible. This may help, as the computer may recognize it better depending on the program you are playing them with.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
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You can make a backup on your pc and load back Default settings or restore to default settings. Normally you should have I quote ' with up to 49 minutes of mono recording time (or 24 minutes in stereo), the RC-50 can function as a song recorder as well as a looper'

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Why are my exported wav audio recordings so quiet (almost muted) when i replay it on my computer? It is this way when i record in both stereo and mono. When i export it and then play it on my pc through...


Make sure that the file format is the same, first. If so, try converting the format from wav. to a more recent format type, such as mp3, or mp4 if possible. This may help, as the computer may recognize it better depending on the program you are playing them with.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
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I was trying to transfer data from the RC-50 to my computer and pulled out the USB cable by mistake from the computer and now the RC-50 says Data Damaged. I think I may have put the file in the trash in...


Usually in any type of situation when data is being transferred and the connection is prematurely lost there is data lost and or file corruption.



My suggestion:

Connect the Boss Rc 50 to your computer and backup its entire contents to your computer if possible.

Next perform a Hard Reset: While simultaneously holding down the "PLAY MODE" and "LOOP SYNC" buttons, turn the power on. Everything should be restored to factory settings.



If your backup was successful, then you can transfer desired files (one at time) to determine if the are usable. If a file causes errors or malfunction, then most likely it is corrupt.



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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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