Muzoma now support native export to Cymatic’s LP16 player and uTool2 application

Great news, from version 2.2.2, Muzoma supports export to Cymatic’s LP16 player and their uTool2 application.

If you prefer to use your LP16 for standalone playback with only a hard disk or memory stick, or you want to play back your sets from a Mac or PC using uTool2, then this feature is ideal.

1.) Simply download or create songs in Muzoma as usual
2.) Organise the songs with the desired multi-channel tracks and pans.
3.) Add the songs to a Muzoma set or sets.
4.) Use the new export to Cymatic LP16 tool on the sets page to export your sets as Cymatic LP16 format.
5.) Use the iOS 11 files app to copy or move the Cymatic folder from the Muzoma folder ‘on my iPad/iPod/iPhone’ to iCloud/a compatible USB stick/WD NAS
6.) Playback the set/s directly from the disk/USB stick on your LP16
7.) Load the set/s into UTool2 and play back with the mixer on a PC or Mac

We have put a video together showing how to these new features work

Muzoma now supports iOS 11 file integration

Great news, from version 2.0.6, Muzoma supports Apple’s iOS 11 files app.

This allows the long requested back-up and restore feature, or custom gig setups where individual songs or sets can be copied or removed at will by accessing the Muzoma folder on the iDevice.

If you couple this functionality with your preferred cloud service, or Western Digital’s recent update for their NAS drives – My Cloud, it makes for a powerful and easy file management and backup combination.

Users can even substitute in different version of audio files should they wish.

Note Muzoma cannot support manual editing of the muz xml file, this file is reserved for use by the app only, so we ask users not to edit it, but the other files i.e. audio and image may be edited at will, so long as the file name remains the same.

We have put a short video together showing how to backup and restore the demo song