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Customer Appreciation
*** "Thanks for a great product! mTrax allowed me to change the key of an instrumental accompaniment track to fit the vocal range of a singer. I lowered ..."

*** "I am very happy with mTrax. I have been playing guitar (by ear) for over 40 years. I learned on my own by playing 45s and 33s over and over. I always ..."

*** "Thanks for your fast support, and again kudos on developing an awesome product."

*** "I've tried all the products out there for slowing down music, including the Tascam hardware-oriented products.  Not only is your product the ..."

*** "[mTrax] will really help me as the band is always changing the set list to fit the venue. I usually try to get the list the week before we play so I ..."

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Thread: Problems with mTrax / mTrax cannot find external drive

mTrax cannot find external drive
Any advice? Thanks.



Re: mTrax cannot find external drive

Hi Bill,

As we discussed on the phone, mTrax can access external USB devices such as hard disks and memory sticks, but it will not recognize CD/DVD drives, external or internal. One of the reasons for this is that theses drives (or the disk they use) are often Read-Only, which would prevent certain features in mTrax.

If you have a CD with audio files of type, mp3, wma, ma4 etc, please copy them first to a hard drive, internal or external. Also make sure your audio files are not marked as read-only.

If you have a regular (commercial) CD ( files on it will be shown with a .cda extension),  you must rip them to mp3 (or wma etc) first. You can do this using Windows Media Player, iTunes or other fine music players out there.





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