When first using a USB memory immediately following purchase or formatting with the MGP32X and MGP24X, and after pressing the record button, a message such as “Storage Full!” may appear on the screen (depending on the USB memory), after which it may be impossible to use the USB recorder function. This is due to an error relating to the information on the free space in the USB memory immediately following purchase or formatting. If the information on the free space in the USB memory is initialized, it might take too much time for the mixer to analyze the amount of free space.
This error can be avoided by copying a file into the USB memory, or performing some other file operation on it, thereby updating the free space information.
When using a USB memory with the MGP32X and MGP24X, it is recommended that you first conduct the operation described above.
(If the abovementioned condition occurs)
Remove the USB memory from the mixer and turn the power off and then on again.
When you use the USB memory again, carry out a file operation on a computer such as copying a file into the USB memory.
If playing together with other instruments, it is helpful to understand that every instrument in a mix takes up space in the sonic spectrum. Think of the available sonic space as a box, where only so much bass is available, only so many mid-range frequencies are available, and only so much treble’s available before you run into the top of the box. If too many instruments compete for a certain frequency range, things just won’t sound as good and tight as they need to be. An EQ pedal can help sculpt your sound to sit better in the mix. Is your guitar too bassy and competing with the actual bass guitar? Use your EQ pedal to roll off the bass. Can the piano not be heard as clearly because of your chunky rhythm playing? Use your EQ pedal to roll off those mid and high frequencies. Is your Fender Strat sounding too harsh? Mellow out those mid-range frequencies.