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Re: Repeater and Soundforge...
Hi and thanks for the info.
now, this is something of a disappointment. I hoped I could feed the
Repeater with some raw material which was tweaked just right and do the
on the unit itself. Sad...
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Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2004 2:41 AM
Subject: Re: Repeater and Soundforge...
> wavecomputer360 said...
> > used in stereo) .wav files. So far, so good. But how can I store .wav
> > files I created using Soundforge onto the Repeater CFC? Do I just
> > create an empty loop folder, put the stereo .wav file into it and do
> > all the editing like looping etc. on the Repeater afterwards?
> You really can't do this easily.
> You can certainly modify your existing Repeater loops. But, to create
> new loops directly from a .wav file is quite a challenge and I don't
> think the proverbial nut has been cracked.
> There were rumblings of some folks working on a program to create the
> additional meta files for importing .wav's into a Repeater, but I
> don't think anything transpired. I was even part of the initial
> rumbling-- asking for file specs from Electrix, but never received any
> file specs from Electrix.
> If you haven't already, check out the Repeater group at Yahoo!:
> There are instructions (search the archives) on -replacing- the data
> in a -current- Repeater loop with the data from an external .wav file,
> but it's convoluted and not really worth the time, imho.