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Author Topic: samplifier by sonosphere (1996-1999)  (Read 1415 times)

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samplifier by sonosphere (1996-1999)
« on: August 16, 2016, 09:51:23 AM »
http://www.sonosphere.com/Software/Audio/Samplifier/

A MIDI/SCSI sound transfer utility for MacOS


Features

    Exchange sound files between your computer and Roland S-760 or DJ-70MkII sampler over SCSI.
    Transfer sound files between your computer and other sampler using the MIDI Sample Dump standard.
    Utility functions save time when working with an S-760 or DJ-70MkII.
    Reads AIFF and 'snd' sound file formats; writes AIFF files.
    Uses OMS for reliable MIDI communication with any Mac MIDI interface.
    Free 30-day evaluation; inexpensive $20 registration fee.