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Re: aiff to REX?

Ah, that's a great idea Per... anyone in the SF bay
area willing to make a trade?  Some Recycle time
for... something?

--- Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 29 apr 2006, at 01.37, mark sottilaro wrote:
> > I have a ton of drum loop samples I've purchased
> over
> > the years and now I'm finding with Stylus RMX it
> will
> > accept REX files made in Recycle.  It seems kind
> of
> > silly to get the entire program when all I
> actually
> > want is to convert a few cds of loops over. 
> Anyone
> > know of another app that will do the conversion?
> Hi Mark,
> As far as I know buying ReCycle is the quickest way
> to create REX  
> files. Or bringing your CD's and USB stick 
> somewhere where they have  
> ReCycle and let you sit down for an hour to do all
> the conversions.
> It's too bad Stylus RMX can not import audio unless
> being converted  
> into REX, but if you have a lot of material it's
> worth the effort. I  
> am very happy that I did that effort last year to
> convert a recording  
> session with a percussionist (many african
> instruments played and  
> recorded) as well as my own old guitar sampling CD.
> The loops really  
> grow into new dimension when mangled in RMX. This is
> also true for  
> tonal/melodic material, not just drum loops.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
> www.looproom.com (international)
> http://tinyurl.com/fauvm (podcast)

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