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#814413 - 01/19/09 02:39 PM BR1600 to wave file
subtlenergies Offline
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When I purchased the BR1600 I was under the impression that the CDs it made could be played on any CD player. Apparently that's not true, it's just for backing up data.
I want to try downloading into a wave file in my computer via USB. Do I need to install a special driver? I plugged in and nothing happened.
Also, can it transfer more than one track? The manual seems to say that you can't. If that's true than I bought the wrong equipment.

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#815584 - 01/21/09 06:07 PM Re: BR1600 to wave file [Re: subtlenergies]
72fender Offline
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 Originally Posted By: subtlenergies
When I purchased the BR1600 I was under the impression that the CDs it made could be played on any CD player. Apparently that's not true, it's just for backing up data.
I want to try downloading into a wave file in my computer via USB. Do I need to install a special driver? I plugged in and nothing happened.
Also, can it transfer more than one track? The manual seems to say that you can't. If that's true than I bought the wrong equipment.


I have a BR-1600 and have made many CDs of my songs.

Are you finalizing the disc?

"I want to try downloading into a wave file in my computer via USB. Do I need to install a special driver? I plugged in and nothing happened."

I've Imported many wave files.

You first press the Utility button, scroll to USB and select Import, than press Enter. Than select the track to import to.

You should see a icon 'br_1600, just like you inserted a flash drive. Click on the icon, click the Roland folder, and drag the wave file you want to Import into the USB folder.

Press Exit on the BR-1600, press 'Enter' and the BR-1600 should import the wave file to the track you selected.

Yeah, you can only Export one track at a time. I don't know any other recorded that will export more than a track at a time.
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#843704 - 03/26/09 07:39 AM Re: BR1600 to wave file [Re: 72fender]
Walther Offline
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Registered: 03/26/09
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With the new software version 2.01 for the BR1600CD you can save all tracks at once.
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