Deleting the Stock audio samples

Deleting the Stock audio samples

Postby Trussrod » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:53 pm

I found a way to clear the Media Bay of those stock audio samples, they kinda flooded the bay making it hard to find own imports. You need a jailbroken iPad and the app iFile. I won't post a detailed "how to" here as an unexperienced user could mess up his/her installation of Cubasis or even worse the entire iPad. Just wanted to let you know that there is a relatively easy way...and it really helps when you work a lot with imported audio files from other apps...
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Re: Deleting the Stock audio samples

Postby Frieder » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:38 am

Hello,

there is also an easy way to do so without jailbreaking.
- Enable the WiFi-Server
- Enter the folder "Audio" -> "Factory Drums"
- Select all files and hit "Delete Files"

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Re: Deleting the Stock audio samples

Postby Netz » Fri Mar 08, 2013 5:42 pm

Frieder wrote:Hello,

there is also an easy way to do so without jailbreaking.
- Enable the WiFi-Server
- Enter the folder "Audio" -> "Factory Drums"
- Select all files and hit "Delete Files"


Kind regards,
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I thought you said, easy?

I still can't get the WiFi server to work with rtpMIDI on Win 7 x64....I've tried 10 times, andjust gave up. The iPad and the Computer "see" each other, and connect, but I get no folder access from inside Cubase.

I was kind of hoping the update would fix the WiFi file access problems people have been having, self included.
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Re: Deleting the Stock audio samples

Postby Frieder » Sat Mar 09, 2013 2:05 am

Netz wrote:
Frieder wrote:Hello,

there is also an easy way to do so without jailbreaking.
- Enable the WiFi-Server
- Enter the folder "Audio" -> "Factory Drums"
- Select all files and hit "Delete Files"


Kind regards,
Frieder


I thought you said, easy?

I still can't get the WiFi server to work with rtpMIDI on Win 7 x64....I've tried 10 times, andjust gave up. The iPad and the Computer "see" each other, and connect, but I get no folder access from inside Cubase.

I was kind of hoping the update would fix the WiFi file access problems people have been having, self included.


Hello,

I am not sure whether I understand your setup correctly. Please provide some clarification so that I can try to help you.

- What are you trying to achieve?
- How is rtpMIDI related to the WiFi-Server? rtpMIDI is related to MIDI and the WiFi-Server is a function to exchange files between your computer and the iPad.
- What do you mean by "folder access from inside Cubase?"

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