MultiTracks Cloud unlocks the full potential of your library and is the glue between all of your song content. In your Library, you can quickly get a view of what songs in your library have tracks charts and midi so that you can build thoughtful setlists with songs that have the resources you need.
Library Overview Page
When you log in you will immediately see a list of every song you have purchased content for, rented, put in a setlist or created yourself using MultiTracks Cloud. It’s easy to filter down the song list by:
Filtering Catalog and Cloud songs
Songs with Tracks, Charts or MIDI
Select the ellipse next to each song to access some quick actions like “View Setlist History” which gives you an overview of every setlist you have ever had this song in and links you to that setlist. You can also add songs to Setlists or remove them from your Library.
Note: Removing catalog songs from your library does not delete the ability to download your purchased content. You can go to the downloads tab to access these files or simply readd the song to your Library again to regain access. However, deleting a Cloud Song will remove your uploaded files completely.
Creating a Cloud Song
Adding a song to your library is simple. Select “add Song” in the top right-hand corner of your Library. This will launch the song wizard.
Start typing the name of your song and we will search our catalog for songs with similar names. if you're trying to add a song to your library that is NOT in the MultiTracks library, say an Orignal you wrote. you can finish the title and click “Add Cloud song ‘[Your Song Name]’” to start creating a cloud song.
This then takes you to a place where you can add all the metadata to your new song. You add things like Artist, Album, Key, Time Sig, Tempo, Themes, Genre or even upload custom album art.
After this, you are ready to start uploading content to your Cloud Song.