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chickensys millenium (for s2000, s3000 samplers)
« on: July 19, 2015, 01:59:44 AM »

by Jan van Valburg
http://web.archive.org/web/20020204035645/http://www.rpgfan.demon.co.uk/y2k.htm
http://www.chickensys.com/products/sw_iteminfo.php?sw_name=Millennium
http://www.chickensys.com/products2/millennium/
http://www.chickensys.com/downloads2/millennium.html

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Millennium is a program that allows communication with S2000 and S3000XL samplers over SCSI. It can send and receive samples, programs and multi's. It also allows you to view program and keygroup parameters and edit them in a graphical environment.

Millennium can bind to a sample editor so that you can double-click on the samples inside your sampler and edit them with, say, sound-forge.
Millennium can take a sample and chop it up, much like recycle, then send the result back to your sampler. Even with stereo samples!
Millennium can automatically create drum-maps from a collection of stereo and mono samples.
Millennium can read AKAI CD-ROMs from any CD-ROM drive (including IDE) and load their contents into your sampler, or export them onto hard disk, either file by file, volume by volume, or even whole CD's at a time. It can export both samples (.wav) and programs (.prg).

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What is Millennium?

Millennium is a program that allows communication with S2000 and S3000XL samplers over SCSI. It can send and receive samples, programs and multi's. It also allows you to view program and keygroup parameters and edit them in a graphical environment.

Millennium can bind to a sample editor so that you can double-click on the samples inside your sampler and edit them with, say, sound-forge.
Millennium can take a sample and chop it up, much like recycle, then send the result back to your sampler. Even with stereo samples!
Millennium can automatically create drum-maps from a collection of stereo and mono samples.
Millennium can read AKAI CD-ROMs from any CD-ROM drive (including IDE) and load their contents into your sampler, or export them onto hard disk, either file by file, volume by volume, or even whole CD's at a time. It can export both samples (.wav) and programs (.prg).
Millennium's main features

Fast and reliable sample transfers.
Millennium allows you to send multi files, programs and samples to your sampler, at speeds that can even exceed loading them from harddisk. Because the samples are stored in .wav format on your PC's harddisk they are easy to edit, and together with the .prg and .mlt files they are easy to organize.

Intuitive, fast graphical interface.
Millennium offers you pleasing graphical interfaces for editing programs, keygroups and multi files. Instead of many presses on the page up and down buttons, simply point at the parameter you want to change and drag it to it's right setting. The graphical envelope display gives a clear representation of what the envelope will sound like, and the Multi Mixer view lets you see all the important multi settings for all your parts in on one convenient screen.

Full sample editor integration.
Millennium allows you to integrate sample editors such as Cool Edit or Sound Forge into your sampler. Simply double-click on the sample you want to edit, and it will be loaded into your editor. Once you are done, the sample will automatically be sent back into your sampler. It's almost as if your favorite sample editor is inside your sampler.

Advanced editing features.
Millennium has many advanced features such as automatic pitch detection, automatic BPM detection, automatic generation of drum-map programs, keygroup sorting and removing of unused samples. Tedious operations that would normally take a long time can be done in a matter of seconds, leaving more time to get on with the fun part of making music.

 
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