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you can upload via the Usb-cable ,or take of the SD-card ,and put the card into your PC/or Laptop ,and simply copy/ and past the tracks on a directory on your machine.
that's all I can tell you about ,I do the same ,and it's working fine :-)
Which firmware do you have? It should say on the screen when you turn it on. If it 1.10, or 1.0, you need to update the firmware by going to the Zoom support page:
Directions and firmware download is all there.
If you are already on 2.0 or 2.4, then try reformatting the card with the Zoom. This will delete anything on the card, so backup first!! Good luck.
Convert the audio to Mono WAV (16Bit, 44.1KHz). This can be done by using Cubase(Hope you got Cubase LE with Zoom). In an empty project import the audio, then mark the whole track using the Draw tool and then got to File->Export. Here select the above options and export. Import this file into Zoom H4 either by copying directly into the memory card or through connecting the Zoom to computer ( I copy it directly into the memory card's STEREO folder). Now if you import it to any project, it will appear there. You can now use Zoom H4 as a Karaoke device!! Anyway, sad that Zoom H4 doesn't support stereo tracks in the 4Track mode.
Most of the time you have to convert the wav files to another format Such as MP3 or WMP. there are converters available for this purpose online.Google audio converters. Maybe you will find one that you can afford . Or even find freeware.
Mac OS 10.4 and higher require the Zoom H4 to be upgraded. Go to http://www.zoom.co.jp/english/download/software/h4.php#a and choose the download to version 2.20 that applies to you. The instructions are there, but it is a little tricky. You must download the upgrade to your computer and then transfer it to your Zoom SD card. To do that you need an SD card reader. I used my digital camera. I took the SD card out of the zoom and put it in the digital camera. I Plugged the camera into the computer and when the SD card icon appeared on the desktop I dragged the "System Bin" file from the download to the zoom folder. The rest of their instructions were pretty good. Good Luck.
try using the power pack instead of batteries. Be sure to remove the batteries before using power pack, you can wreck the machine if you do not remove batteries. NEVER use the H4 on power pack while there is batteries inside.
I called the Future Shop where I bought the recorder and the salesman looked at the manual online and saw that the Delete instructions do not tell you what you need to know.
To Erase or Delete recordings from this recorder, you have to select the track or file you want to erase, hit the Erase button, see that track number flashing THEN hold the Erase button down for a full second.
You can toggle until ALL comes up and then erase all your files at once if you wish.
You can also hit the Erase button first and then select the track you want recorded. The important thing to know is that you then have to see the number flashing THEN hold the Erase button down for a full second.