Background: I am creating unique mp3 and wav files (from Cakewalk Sonar) which I copy to Fuze and play as background accompaniment while I perform (sing and play guitar). Thus, “artist” and “album” do not apply to my music files and so they are “unknown.”
Here is what I want to do: I have around 60 of these files on Fuze. I would like to create unique “playlists” for different gigs. For each playlist, I would like to have Fuze play, say, 10 of these files, in a particular order I specify. I may have several unique play lists.
When I following established instructions to create a playlist (which involves syncing between WMP and Fuze), this is what happens. I CAN create a Playlist in Fuze, BUT:
1) It results in duplicate copies of these files being added to Fuze’s music files memory, rather than Fuze simply making playlists that refer to existing files in Fuze’s memory. This can really eat up memory.
2) When I plug in my Fuze to my computer (Windows Vista) and open up the Playlist folder, it is empty, even though I know a playlist exists.
3) I don’t know how to rearrange the files in the playlist in the order I want (other than to rename the files).
Also, I have no idea what “GoList” under Playlist does. Perhaps knowing that could help.
Any suggestions? Thanks.