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    jam2wav

    Use Audacity but the file needs to be changed to mono before working and saving it to wav. Converts beautifully to .wav files which can then be put onto the SD. Audacity is free.
  2. As for that annoying, to me anyway, flashing timer light - get out the black gaffer tape and tape a small piece of cardboard (or other) to make a flap to cover.
  3. Did you ever resolve this problem?
  4. G'day Brazzy et al. Not sure but I wonder if Audacity will do the trick. Brilliant for MP3 to .wav.
  5. Mine buzzes when it is first turned on, for about 2 or 3 seconds then stops. I am waiting for this to become a problem.
  6. Still having this problem? Have you tried another SD card or re-formatting through a desktop via a reader then again on SJ?
  7. Thanks Just Startin'. When I follow that process I get the message "Internal disk full" followed by "insufficient space".
  8. Spider Jam's memory, as I have come to find out, doesn't hold much (in terms of songs saved as .wav files) tranferred from an SD card to the recordings. Not sure of available memory size (let me know if you do know). Right now I have only fit 5 relatively small recorded music tracks/files saved into SJ. I am wondering if there is a known way to play selected recordings from the SD card directly. Cheers John
  9. Is 2.09 the latest firmware?
  10. Thanks, Brazzy. Your a champ!
  11. Hey, Brazzy. Thanks for that. Not sure about where you mentioned Aux in the first part - am I missing something? Cheers
  12. Hi. Sorry for such a basic question, but is it possible to use the Spider Jam in raw, "clean" form, that is, without any programmed tones/ preset sound/tone?
  13. For those interested. The internal memory allows up to 24 minutes of music.
  14. Hi all, I am beginning to get an "Internal Disk Full" message when trying to import from card. I have 10 backing tracks on the saved recordings - Can anyone tell me how much space is allocated to the internal disk? Also what is the apostrophe attached to my files after I import them to the internal disk, eg Lead'wav instead of lead.wav (actually the apostrophe is more of a short forward slash) They look like this under recordings after being imported: Wav:trackname'1 I am using an iMac to export data to the SD card, is it possible that this might be the reason for the "apostrophe" like symbol? Thanks in advance. John
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