Transmitting SND-format to WAVE-format?
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Transmitting SND-format to WAVE-format?

Need a little help finding the easiest way to get my MPC-60 sounds to my MPC 4000. I don't want to keep the programs 'cause I would like to do new ones and I don't wanna sample them into the 4k.

Heard that the MPC 2000XL handles both formats. Is there another cheaper sampler that do the same?

Not wanna do it by chicken-systems translator.

Any suggestions?
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The 4000 will read them... are your sounds on a Zip disk??? If so... slap your zip in a usb zip drive... connect it to your 4000... press load... switch directories... load individual sounds or programs... and there you have it... you can also use aksys...
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The 4000 will read them... are your sounds on a Zip disk??? If so... slap your zip in a usb zip drive... connect it to your 4000... press load... switch directories... load individual sounds or programs... and there you have it... you can also use aksys...
Thanks again babyface_finsta. Should of course have tried that before asking but I could never imagine it would be as simple as that. I'll connect my MO-drive to the 4k first thing in the morning tomorrow (it's quite late in Stockholm now).
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No problem... if you have any other questions or difficulties feel free to PM me...
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No problem... if you have any other questions or difficulties feel free to PM me...
Tried it this morning and unfortunately it didn't work. the MO-disc was detected and I saw all the programs and samples but when I tried to load the samples I got the message: bad file format (405)
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Can you explain exactly what you did... or PM me with that info... I know it works..
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Oh yeah... and what OS ver is your 4000?
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Oh yeah... and what OS ver is your 4000?
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If you don't mind a PC program, AWAVE will do this for you too...

www.fmjsoft.com

Seriously a handy ass program to have.
Can convert nearly any audio file.


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If you don't mind a PC program, AWAVE will do this for you too...

www.fmjsoft.com

Seriously a handy ass program to have.
Can convert nearly any audio file.


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Thanks demonfuzz I'll try that out.
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