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    Can you transfer files to a flash drive with the dp32 instead of hooking it up to a computer? Don't have computer in studio. Please Help...

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    no, the files have to be transferred to the audio depot folder first, then connect to the PC and you can copy them from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atkron205 View Post
    no, the files have to be transferred to the audio depot folder first, then connect to the PC and you can copy them from there.
    what if you take the sd card to a computer, can you transfer them that way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkpz64 View Post
    what if you take the sd card to a computer, can you transfer them that way?
    you could try, never tried it myself, are you transferring tracks or the master file? what are you doing with them after you transfer them?

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    I want to transfer the master file to burn it. our dp32 does not have the cd burner

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkpz64 View Post
    I want to transfer the master file to burn it. our dp32 does not have the cd burner
    gotcha, the master file will be named (song name).wav. I think it will be in the music folder on the SD card

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    thanks, just wish you could zip it to a flash it would be faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkpz64 View Post
    thanks, just wish you could zip it to a flash it would be faster
    that's just one drawback to the DP32, I quit using mine and went the DAW route, it's much easier. do you know anyone with a laptop you could use?

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    I just did this with a DP-03SD. The files will transfer from the SD card to the computer, just make sure to go through the Export process, this converts them from the SD's .FAT partition to the .WAV partition. The DP-03SD requires a separate export procedure be performed for each song. Once all songs are converted for export you can grab the SD card and go to your nearest computer.

    Using Windows 10 on my desktop, I converted mine to mp3 on CD for use in my car. I keep the original .WAV files and the mp3's stored on my PC.

    I don't have a DAW yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spantini View Post
    I just did this with a DP-03SD. The files will transfer from the SD card to the computer, just make sure to go through the Export process, this converts them from the SD's .FAT partition to the .WAV partition. The DP-03SD requires a separate export procedure be performed for each song. Once all songs are converted for export you can grab the SD card and go to your nearest computer.

    Using Windows 10 on my desktop, I converted mine to mp3 on CD for use in my car. I keep the original .WAV files and the mp3's stored on my PC.

    I don't have a DAW yet.
    - The DP24 and DP32 (and variants) record to WAV directly. There is no proprietary file format or disk partition, and no need to convert.
    - You do not have to use the EXPORT function, as you record, the WAVs will be in the MUSIC folder. But using the EXPORT function will consolidate all the various stems on each track (original, punches, takes, etc) into a single WAV per track. These will go into the AUDIO DEPOT folder, and are usually the WAVs you'll want to bring into your DAW. One per track.
    - Yes, you can remove the SD card from the DPxx and read it on a computer. I don't see how removing an SD card is any more difficult than using a USB drive

    When you read the SD card on the computer it looks like this:

    HDxx
    AUDIO DEPOT - contains WAV files for import or export
    MUSIC - contains folders for each song
    UTILITY - contains file for operating system upgrades
    DP-xx.sys - don't screw with this file!

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