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Boss micro br not converting all the tracks in the song to MP3

I've recorded three tracks, one guitar and the others percussion, on this thing and converted it to MP3 hoping I'd have a single file with all three tracks on it. Every time I play the MP3 that was saved it only plays the first track. What's going on?

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You have to "mix" the tracks to create a final work before saving the file.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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You have to bounce tracks T12 and tracks T34 together, that means tracks 1 and 2 are binded to one, and 3 and 4 are binded to another, which means theres now a total of 2 tracks(with everything you recorded), now convert them to mp3, all the tracks will come out accordingly and will play as mp3:) mp3s only work with 2 tracks, anymore than 2 tracks and you have to bounce them all together, hope this is clear:L

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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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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.
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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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When bounce tracks on my micro-br there seems static going on


First of all, it would be better for you to pan the tracks, and bounce into 2 tracks for stereo separation.

Your "static" may stem from three pausible causes.

One, four tracks into mono may make your output a little muddy.

Two, watch the reverb - if you keep applying reverb after each bounce, it starts to sound bad.

Three, if you have drums/rhythm, turn it off while bouncing. Only have drums on when mastering, because they will keep getting re-recorded during bouncing.

Go to bossbr.net - The best place to get answers!!!!

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are you unpluging you guitar or whatever.My fiend has one .Ill ask him tommorrow.Iv got a boss 1600 and love it.It been great.I have to hold my button for about 2 seconds before shutdown.Thats to collect its memory.Might try that.I love those little micros though.they sound killer just with built-in mic.Im thinking about getting one myself so i can record lyrics and melodies any time work or whatever.Hope it straightns up.I check back with you tommorrow.Praisehim316

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