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What's your favorite sample CD format?


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i was going to answer this thread, but i cant. i use an akai s2000, but i do not use cd's on it. i have a 250mb zip drive for it instead. its typically hooked into mesa on either my pc or mac depending on what the heck i am doing. (pc version is better DOH!) i guess when i get samples i prefer aiff or sd2 format rather than .wav i have to convert wav to get them into mesa except on pc
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Even though I enjoy having the samples as audio on my computer, I still prefer Audio CD. Lately , the samples CD include both, so we audition the audio CD , then drag the wav part into logic. The rest of the case, I'll use my good ol' E-synth to sample the stuff... Never used Rex or any other format.. Yet :D

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AKP (S5000/S6000)... which should fall under wav format I guess. How come you left out Akai format sample CD Craig? Or maybe Giga... Audio format is okay, considering it'll put the price on the cheaper side, but a pain in the ass to cut it in smaller snippets. There is a nice freeware program that can do this for you, it's called [url=http://www.spacetaxi.de/sf/waveknife.html]WaveKnife[/url] which does the job pretty well. But I prefer to use Steinberg's Wavelab "autosplit" function for this.
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