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Author Topic: sEdit for Macintosh (?) Editor for Akai S1000  (Read 1702 times)

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sEdit for Macintosh (?) Editor for Akai S1000
« on: December 10, 2017, 07:46:30 AM »
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What is sEDIT?
sEDIT is a front panel Program & Keygroup Editor for Akai S1000 series samplers. sEDIT is not a sample editor. It is designed to work in conjunction with sample editors such as Alchemy, Infinity and Sound Designer. It picks up where these sample editors leave off.

sEDIT enables you to remotely edit all of the Akai Program and Keygroup parameters on-screen from the Macintosh. With the bird's eye view of your Program and all Keygroups, this makes things much faster than dealing with the Akai's front panel LCD.

sEDIT's automapping functions make it very easy to instantly build mapped, tuned multi-samples across the keyboard. Just click on the samples you want, in the order you want them, from sEDIT's Catalog list. Call up the Map-o-Rama dialog, make a few selections on how you want the samples mapped, and within a few seconds you've got a complete Program mapped across the keyboard. sEDIT figures out the split-points and tuning offsets for you! While sEDIT is not a sample editor, you can also re-name samples from the Mac keyboard and set a samples' Original Pitch fron the Mac.

sEDIT has its own MIDI Drivers, supports MIDI Manager and MIDI Time Piece Fast and Cable modes, works with Opcode's OMS (does not require OMS) and Studio 4/5 interfaces.