controlling volume of USB files using USB slider

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controlling volume of USB files using USB slider

Postby DaveHorne » 22:47, 4 April 2017

My issue is this ...

I have a USB stick with wav files created using Band In A Box (BIAB). I cannot figure out, and perhaps it's not possible, how to assign the USB slider to control the volume of a particular file on that USB stick.

I can control the volume of individual files using the Value Dial to change the volume in the screen but I cannot figure out if it is possible to assign the USB Audio slider for that purpose.

I have spent considerable time changing values in the menu in the Rhythm \ Song button but am wondering if I am missing something.

I can choose the wav file I want using the Value Dial, but I am also forced to use that Value Dial after scrolling down to change the volume of that particular wav file.

I really cannot imagine that what I want to accomplish is not possible.

I should add that I can see the value of the volume change when using the USB slider but there is no change in the volume; I can only succeed using the Value Dial and I am also forced to scroll up to choose the next wav file. There must be an easier way to accomplish this.
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Re: controlling volume of USB files using USB slider

Postby DaveHorne » 16:11, 15 April 2017

I solved this issue in a manner of speaking. I still cannot, as far as I know, assign the USB slider to control the volume setting of *.wav files on an inserted USB stick, but the initial volume level can be assigned by changing the parameter in Menu \ System \ Audio Volume.

I believe the default value was 75 and I lowered it to 35. Every time I would insert a USB stick into the USB port (to read WAV files), I would always have to lower the volume setting by scrolling down in the SONG menu.

It would be nice to be able to adjust this level using a slider. The USB slider is for audio coming from a computer via the USB port (and supposedly not via a USB stick).
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