#2
export it as a wave, same thing. get a wav to mp3 converter if its a problem.
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#4
you could try taking what is on GP5 and playing it on an instrument... Then go through standard recording procedures
#5
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you could try taking what is on GP5 and playing it on an instrument... Then go through standard recording procedures


He probably can't.
#6
i exported the gp5 files to wave and i have a wave to mp3 converter and it says it can't because the files are not waves.


i don't think that it exported them as waves


did i do somthin wrong????
#7
Audacity.

Choose your soundcard as the recording device and choose the option "What U Hear." Press record first, then press play on GP.
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#9
I use iTunes. Just export as .wav import to iTunes and iTunes changes it to AAC (or MP3 if you change the preferences) and your'e set.

Hope that helps.
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