Micro BR Blues

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Lafayette2009, Dec 21, 2009.


  1. Lafayette2009

    Lafayette2009 Member

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    I am having trouble with my Micro BR digital recorder. It is not a computer software, but is a stand a-lone device that can be connected via usb.

    My friend sent me a CD of him playing guitar and singing. The files I believe are WAVE files. They are not mp3 files for I tested them on my stereo that is unable to play mp3s.

    I am able to record his music on track one of the BR, with me dubbing harmonica on track two, and then me singing harmony on track three. I then play all three tracks back at the same time with all three in sync. The problem comes when I convert them to mp3s to export them to the computer. When I open them up on the computer I have only one track and not three combined. I want to e-mail them back to my friend.

    The manual states that a person can combine three or four track into one track or one song. I have gone back over the manual numerous times, but I am still not getting it.

    Can someone help me?

    Lafayette2009
     
  2. kselbee

    kselbee Member

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    It sounds like what you need to do is bounce your mix. This involves playing all recorded tracks while recording on a blank track. Then the new track is the one that contains your mix and the one you want to transfer to your computer.
     
  3. stump

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    You need to use the Master function. This will put them all on a track, usually one of the v Tracks, and allow you to select wav or MP3. Mastering will also allow you to put some effects on if you choose.
     
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