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MultiTrack Pro Wav How To's
A downloaded song will store itself in the area wherever your own computer is set up to initially store downloads. This may well be in ‘My Downloads’ depending on how your system is set up. Open the Pro Wav player and hit the Library button in the top right hand corner under the Playlist pane. The Library will open in the centre of the player over the Play controls. Drag the song file (it’s a zip file) from your download area into the library area. The file will automatically unzip itself after a few seconds and install alphabetically in your library. DO NOT unzip the file before dragging it into the Library. If your browser has automatically unzipped the song, do not rezip it but y to import the song folder.
If you want to use that song drag it into the playlist area on the right hand side. Hit the Library button again to make the Play controls visible and you’re ready to go.
Open the Pro WAV player and hit the Library button in the top right hand corner under the Playlist pane. The Library will open in the centre of the player over the Play controls with your downloaded songs listed in alphabetical order. Drag any song into the playlist area on the right hand side. Hit the Library button again to make the Play controls visible and you’re ready to go.
Once songs are built into a playlist you can skip between songs by using the left/right/up/down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Left arrow skips back a song and right arrow skips forward.
To change tempo, move the tempo slider (to the left of the Play button in the centre of the player) up or down. To save the new tempo for that song hit the Save Song Mix button at the top left of the player in the Band pane. The tempo will be saved for that song until you adjust the tempo slider or hit the tempo reset button at the base of the tempo slider (followed by Save Song Mix button if you want to save the changed tempo).
To change key use the + or – buttons in the key change area (to the left of the Play button in the centre of the player). The key change increments are set in semitones/ half steps up or down. To save the new key for that song hit the Save Song Mix button at the top left of the player in the Band pane. The new key will be saved for that song until you resave a different key or hit the Reset Song Mix button (placed next to the Save Song Mix button) even if you remove the song from the play list.
Direct under the name of every instrument stem (e.g.ELEC1) there are two buttons. Mute and S (solo). Pressing the Mute button completely mutes the audio for that instrument stem on that song only, and the S button solos the audio for that stem only. Pressing the button a second time unmutes/unsolos that stem. You can choose any combination of mutes and solos you want. Hitting the Save Song Mix button saves your chosen mute/solo combination even if you remove that song from the playlist.
You can also solo/unsolo stem numbers 2-10 (Vox-Drums) using the Hot Keys 123456789 on the top of your keyboard under the F1 F2 F3 F4 etc keys. 0 solos the click track. Pressing the same key again unsolos that stem. This means you can also assign any stem to a keystroke basedUSBfootpedal – e.g. If you want to go to a chorus with just bass and drums hit the 8 and 9 keys together at the appropriate moment or even assign keys 8 and 9 to your footpedal for total hands free operation.
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