First, KUDOS for some of the new features in the T4S:
Master Out EQ - Thank You! Now the system can be adjusted for the room acoustics that are encountered in various venues!
Stereo Out, to two L1 systems - Thank You! I can leave a lot of other paraphenalia home now.
MAJOR REQUEST: Provide option to have the music player stop after playing ONE music file from a flash drive.
I'm a solo musician who sings with backing tracks. When a song has finished, I do NOT want to have to jump back to the controls to stop the next song from playing. When the song has ended is when a good performer acknowledges and interacts with the audience. Taking attention away from the audience during the few crictical seconds after the music stops, by turning one's attention to a little screen and playing with little knobs, turns the audience OFF, and marks the difference between an amateur hour and a professional performance.
I have to wonder just how music streaming from WAV/MP3 files is used by musicians on most stages: are they using streaming to provide background music during breaks, or, are many of them, like me, using the MP3s as backing tracks for the main part of the performance?
For those using backing tracks for their main performance, I can't see how anyone in that situation would want the WAV/MP3 player to jump to the next song in the list and start playing it automatically.
Ideally, the WAV/MP3 player, after finishing the playback of one song, would then automatically HIGHLIGHT the next song in the list, but WITHOUT starting playback. This way, the performer would just need to use one touch on the "SELECT" button when he/she is ready to start the next song playing.
PLEASE have your software writers turn their attention to this; it seems to me that it should be a fairly quick, easy programming detail to implement.