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Thread: Transfer song from iReal B (Mac OSX) to iReal B (Iphone) via iTunes sync

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    Default Transfer song from iReal B (Mac OSX) to iReal B (Iphone) via iTunes sync

    Hallo,
    I have downloaded some songs in iRealB (mac osx) and I wanted to transfer in iReal for Iphone but not having internet available for my iphone I wanted to use iTunes sync but the song format in mac is irb that it seems not readable on the iReal B on iPhone...
    How can I solve this problem?

    Another question, once I have a song in iReal B (iphone) can I export as wav format in another application to jam over (amplitude for iphone for example..)?

    Thanks
    Maurizio

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    Nobody knows if it is possible or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maio996 View Post
    ...but not having internet available for my iphone I wanted to use iTunes sync but the song format in mac is irb that it seems not readable on the iReal B on iPhone...
    How can I solve this problem?
    iReal b for iOS does not read the file format .irb. You need internet connection temporarily to download the songs. Can you join a wireless network?

    Quote Originally Posted by maio996 View Post
    Another question, once I have a song in iReal B (iphone) can I export as wav format in another application to jam over (amplitude for iphone for example..)?
    http://irealb.com/forums/showthread....k-player/page3
    also run a search on Amplitube.
    iOS4 and iOS 5 has multitasking for the newer models of iPhone, iPod touch and all iPads so many of us do not need to export as .wav, just switch between them as it plays.
    Each app should have a Background Audio setting on/off setting.

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    If all you want is the audio output, convert the song to a wav file and add it to your iTunes playlist. Then you can sync it.

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    I once managed a Mac -> iPhone transfer without Internet using
    GoodReader and Quickoffice Pro. Here are the steps:

    1- Use "Playlist via Email" to produce a Playlist.html file.
    2- Drag this file to GoodReader Documents under File Sharing in iTunes.
    3- Click on Playlist.html in GoodReader and select "Open in...".
    4- Choose QuickOffice.
    5- The first time you click "Playlist" you get "Web View Error".
    6- The second time it works!

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