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samplers supported by recycle
« on: April 17, 2015, 05:49:01 PM »
Loops + Supported Devices
ReCycle supports transmitting samples to a range of samplers, and receiving samples from some samplers. MIDI or SCSI (or in some cases both) are used for the transfers. The samplers supported are listed below:

    AKAI S1000, S1100, S2000, S2800, S3000, S3000XL, S3200, 3200XL, CD3000, CD3000XL.
    E-mu EOS, ESI-32, ESI-4000, Emulator-IV, E4K, E4X, E4X Turbo, e-64, e-64fx, e-6400.
    Ensoniq EPS, EPS-16+, ASR-10/ASR-88.
    Kurzweil K2000, K2500, K2600.
    Roland S-760.
    Yamaha A3000