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I have gone through the exercise of converting a bunch of files to MP3 and putting them on my SD card to use as break music. On my computer everything looks fine. When I put the SD card into the m20d and go through the add files to media player exercise, every MP3 file has a duplicate file the has a prefix of "._" (a period and underscore). These files are non-playable and can not be added. The issue is, I can not use the "select all" feature. I have to manually select each file manually to add to media player. This is very time consuming when you have a lot of files. Anyone else encounter this, and is there a solution or work around?
Hi, I am interested in the media player feature of the m20d. In the manual it is written that there is a footswitch that allows to toggle between stop/start of the playlist. I can not find this foot switch. Does anybody has experience with that. I also have a Helix. Would it be perhaps possible to asign a foot switch of the helix to do that? Tks Markus
I have the M20D and I totally love it. We're a three piece band and it gets challenging when we want to play something that has multiple guitars or a keyboard in it, so the solution we use is to create the backing track in Pro Tools, save it as an MP3 file, and then play it via an iPod, and perform along with it. The iPod was a bit inconvenient and we wanted to centralize audio control while playing live, so we've copied the MP3 file to the SD card in the M20D, added the song to the M20D's play list, and added a foot switch to the M20D to trigger the audio file to play. Problem is, once the file finishes playing and the song is over, the M20D's media player keeps looping the MP3 file, over and over. The foot pedal I got is a really nice unit that has toggle switches for "Momentary" vs. "Latched" and also for reversing polarity. Although I haven't played with the polarity, switching from "Momentary" to "Latched" hasn't made any difference; we play the backing track and perform along with it, and then it loops and begins playing again. I haven't been able to find anything about this in the Advanced manual. Anyone have any suggestions as to how I can get the track to just play once without looping? Thanks for your help! Scott
The time next to each chapter title below indicates the start of that chapter: 1. Powering On - 0:10 2. Connecting Inputs and Outputs - 0:36 3. Quick Capture & TWEAK Mode - 3:01 4. MONITOR Mode - 5:03 5. RECORD Mode - 5:54 6. PERFORM Mode - 7:33 7. Media Player - 8:44 8. Saving your Setup - 9:45 9. Using a Footswitch - 10:24