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UNDERSTANDING QU-DRIVE and USB Devices Qu-Drive is a facility to record and playback stereo (2-track) and multitrack (18-track) audio. The recording format is WAV 48kHz 24-bit. Qu-Drive audio recording and multitrack playback require the USB storage ...
Q: I am using a SEAGATE - FreeAgent Desk HDD 500 Gb/Go USB 2.0, I know it is not on your list of drives that have been tested, but its one I own so I thought I would try it. It worked fine for about 5 minutes and would then hang and not work again un...
There is a tutorial video for using Qu-Drive which can be found on our You-Tube channel: https://youtu.be/yvATapikceE [https://youtu.be/yvATapikceE] Before using Qu-Drive we recommend reading the following article: Understanding Qu-Drive and USB Devices ...
THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE SHOULD ONLY BE ATTEMPTED ON A WINDOWS BASED PC Qu-Drive recordings can appear corrupt if the USB media is removed too early or the system loses power. In this situation you can typically find yourself with eighteen .WAV files t...
Sometimes you may want to make a stereo recording of a mix which mostly follows the Main LR mix, but that uses different output processing, levels or that includes microphones you are not sending to the speakers. This can be useful in many situations, for...