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Re: Please Help ME SU700 Scsi Problems
i have one question, with glitches between changing scenes, what did you
exactly mean, because i have no such problems... also the su700 isn't meant
for transposing sample (that's why they call it phrase-sampler). i've
su700 mainly for the performing purpose, not so much the production purpose
(i agree with you on all points). what i also haven't tried yet is, if for
the zip drive in the pc can read the su700 formatted zips. if so then you
take the longer way around. you first export the sample and save it. then
the aiff file... i think it should work, if that works with the floppy.
also when we were talking about building the zip drive in instead of the
we were talking of building an IDE zip drive (not scsi). i'm don't know a
scsi but i think it's logical why it doesn't work (the setup you described)
this kind of setup only the su700 can be a master.
now i have a question, when you used the su700 with a hdd, how fast was it?
is there any difference between the zip and hdd?
>1st of all, I believe it's a must to tell you I personally own a SU700
>and I'm selling it because:
> a) no SCSI transfer between PC and SU700
> b) no Standard MIDI sample dump between SU700 and any device w/ MIDI
>sample dump capabilities
> c) no sample trasposition on external MIDI note receive
> d) no song change w/ sequencer in playback mode (you have to stop it!)
> e) extrematelly SSLLOOWW read/write operations in floppy/SCSI HDD
> f) no soft SO upgrades (you've got to get and change the EPROM)
> g) glitches when changing scenes
> e) no importing/exporting MIDI files featured
> f) multiple hangs and consequent loss of work when the unit works in
> g) (...surely something more will come to my mind as soon as I send
>this Email )
>2nd, let's go to the question:
>You can try connecting the ZIP drive ONLY to the SU700. I've used a
>SCSI external HDD w/ no problems, and know people who had attached
>external SCSI ZIP drives, too.
>think about this setup:
> PC<-->EXTERNAL ZIP DRIVE<-->SU700
>If PC is ON, the SU can't use/see the ZIP drive
>If PC is OFF, the SU can use/see the ZIP drive
>Maybe the two SCSI controllers are kicking each other's one ass!
>hmmm if the ZIP drive is internal you may not be able to connect it to
>the SU, as I've never seen a SCSI cable which fits at one end with the
>SU and at the other with a standard internal SCSI device..
>If you had two ZIP drives, you could extract and throw-away the floppy
>drive and mount in it's hole the ZIP one!