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    dMC Auxiliary Input

    I use dMC Auxiliary Input to record live material at square dances. It works GREAT, but... I often run out of 20 tracks (I am using sound activated recording). If I forget to restart the recording before 20 tracks are finished, I miss some of the dance. Can the 20 track limit be raised to 99? Or better yet, have an unlimited track option that just keeps creating files as long as I want. Default to all tracks enabled, and titles are Track01, Track02, ... Track99, Track100 etc. I know 20 tracks is more than enough for recording from LP's, but when recording live, it is too limiting.

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    You can set as many tracks as you like - type into the box where the track count is shown (you can also select from the drop downlist but that is only 20 tracks).

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    Re: dMC Auxiliary Input

    Spoon is there an Update program for DMC Auxiliary Input. I have an older version and I have just purchased the new DMC r12 program and apparently the older version of Auxiliary Input does not work with this newer version. I have a large collection of Vynyl Albums and Cassettes that I would like to put onto CD's.

    So if there is a copy of Auxiliary Input could you please give me a link to it.... Thank you very much and I'm very interested in hearing from you soon.

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    Re: dMC Auxiliary Input

    This page shows how to have Aux Input and R12:

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/legacy-compatibility.htm

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