Question about Boss Micro BR Digital Recorder
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?
You have to "mix" the tracks to create a final work before saving the file.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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