Problem recording on USB drive

Hello,I have an Alesis forge kit and I am trying to play along the songs already provided in the module and record it on the USB drive. I am able to properly record on the module user song and listen back to it. But when I record on the USB drive, I am not able to listen back to the songs that I have recorded while playing along.what should I do?Thank you
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  • Hi Kunal,

    Thanks for posting. 

    In order to record your performances with the Forge Kit, your audio or MIDI files must be formatted properly: 

    • MIDI files must be Standard MIDI Files (SMF), Type 0. The track number must be less than 16, the PPQN must be 480 or less, and the file size must be 128 kb or less. 
    • WAV files must be mono 16-bit and use a sampling rate of 48 kHz or lower. 
    • MP3 files must use a bit rate of 320 kbps or lower and a sampling rate of 48 kHz or lower. 

    To record a song 
    1. To record a song with accompaniment, press "Song" to enter the Song Selection page. To record a song with your drum performance only, press "Kit" to enter the Kit Selection page. 
    2. Press "Record" to record-arm the drum module. The button will flash, and "Record to Usersong___?" will appear in the display. 
    3. Use the dial or Left and Right buttons to select an available user song. 
    4. To start recording, hit a pad or press Start/Stop. A pre-count will appear in the display. When "Recording..." appears in the display, the song is recording (if you are recording a song with accompaniment, it will begin playing. The length of the recording will be shown at the top of the display. 
    5. When you are done recording, press Start/Stop. "Saving..." will appear in the display. The previous page will return when saving is completed.
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