MultiTracks Cloud allows you to upload your original content for use in our iOS app Playback, so you can customize and interact with it at the same depth as any song from your favorite worship artists. Add song sections, time signature or tempo changes, and MIDI Cues to control lyrics and lights from Playback.
First, you’ll need to make sure to prepare your audio stems to properly upload to the Cloud. In your preferred DAW, line your tracks up on the grid of the song’s tempo and make sure to leave 2 measures of “Count Off” time until the first song section.
Export the song stems as 44.1k, 16 bit stereo WAV files. Make sure your stems are exported with the master volume around -3 dB, and include a click track and guide file. Compress them into a .zip file and head to your Library on MultiTracks.com
MultiTracks Cloud Upload Requirements:
Your upload must be a .zip file containing only m4a, mp3, or wav files inside the zip.
Your .zip file must be less than 500 mb.
You can zip a stereo file (with click panned left).
You can zip a group of stems (like a MultiTrack).
Duration for song files is limited to 10 minutes per stem.
You can assign part names to stems after you upload them.
We will auto-assign part names that match our part list.
The Library is where your purchased and uploaded content come together. Here 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. Click Add Song and then “Add Cloud Song” to begin the uploading process.
Add your song information, key, tempo, and time signature data, as well as genre information about your song. Upload custom album art, which will be downloaded into Playback with your song.
Adding File Names, Song Section, Time and Tempo changes
Under Files, upload your .zip file of exported tracks. While the stems are processing, you can label your tracks using our predetermined track parts, or add your own custom names.
If you add song section markers to your song’s DAW file, these sections can be added to your song in the Cloud via timecode. Find the timecode of each section marker in your DAW, and type that timecode into new sections to the accuracy of milliseconds. This will ensure near perfect accuracy in Playback when using loop functionality or editing the song arrangement.
Any tempo or time signature changes can also be added to your Cloud song via time code.
Adding MIDI Cues
MIDI Cues can be added as well. Add cues one at a time to any of the 8 MIDI buses, or upload custom exported MIDI files.
When your tracks are finished processing, your song is officially ready to be opened and used in Playback.
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