- Song backup, digital song and stem rendering
Your Woovebox can render your song to digital audio, either as a single .WAV file or as sixteen separate stems (dry or wet).
Full song backup is initiated by using the context menu (Hold write, short press value repeatedly to cycle through options) in Song mode's Global page and selecting "duMP Song", "duMP StMW" or "duMP StMd".
A full song backup transfers everything you need to restore your song including the song data itself and any sample kits the song uses, all in the form of .SYX files that can be restored separately.
Depending on which context menu option is selected, the following digital audio is also downloaded;
- "duMP SonG" (Dump Song); renders a fullly mixed digital audio rendition as 44.1KHz 16-bit stereo (CD-quality) .WAV file.
- "duMP StMW" (Dump Stems Wet); renders one 44.1KHz 16-bit stereo (CD-quality) .WAV files for each individual track (for sixteen .WAV files in total) with each track's multi-effects (Reverb, Chorus, Delay) applied. These sixteen audio stems can then subsequently be mixed down in any application of your choosing.
- "duMP StMd" (Dump Stems Dry); renders one 44.1KHz 16-bit stereo (CD-quality) .WAV files for each individual track (for sixteen .WAV files in total) without any of the track's multi-effects (Reverb, Chorus, Delay) applied. These sixteen audio stems can then subsequently be effected and mixed down in any application of your choosing.
Please note that digital audio rendering may take some time and will vary on the length of the song, as well as CPU speed of the machine that is running Wooveconnect.
Some applications or media players may have trouble with the extraData field in the WAV files that Wooveconnect produces and may refuse to play back or import the WAV files. In this case, open the WAV file(s) in an application like Audacity (free) to re-export the WAV files to your required format.
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- Firmware updates (under Guides, tutorials and docs)
Wooveconnect automatically checks for firmware updates, and - with your permission - downloads them and uploads them to your Woovebox.
- Restoring sample kits (under Wooveconnect)
In both cases, please note that this will overwrite any previous sample kit in the selected kit number.
- Uploading new samples (under Wooveconnect)
Wooveconnect will automatically convert any WAV files to the internal Woovebox format (44.1KHz, 8-bit mulaw).
- Restoring songs (under Wooveconnect)
Please also note that this restores only the song data and not any sample kist the song may use.
- Patch backup (under Wooveconnect)
On your Woovebox, select the track (1/Cd-16/A8) for which you wish to backup the patch for.