Converting Sound Designer II files
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Converting Sound Designer II files

does anyone know of free software that can convert sound designer 2 files to .wav?
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And SampleManager is only $79 .. and worth every penny.
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And SampleManager is only $79 .. and worth every penny.
That's right!
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really right! excellent SRC ta-boot!
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Sample Manager looks OK & I like Audiofile Engineering but unfortunately it doesn't seem to know what to do with Sound Designer II disk images. I've got EII disk images that I would like to use - I guess the only thing to do is to use DPX tools in order to write them to floppies for usage in an Oberheim DPX 1.
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another vote for soundhack and SampleManager.

Although, if you're in the market for a DAW, soundBlade will read SDII files natively.

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another vote for soundhack and SampleManager.

Although, if you're in the market for a DAW, soundBlade will read SDII files natively.

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Yes I still see SD2 files on occasion, no problema for sB.

Iirc, can't you just change the suffix on an SD2 file to aif?

They're both big endian, worth a try.

Best, JT
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