Export multisamples from Emulator X3 to a hardware sampler?

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Export multisamples from Emulator X3 to a hardware sampler?

Post by sepiakeys » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:58 am

Another Emulator X3 question:

The X3 software seems to be somewhat compatible with the E-MU EIV-samplers (you do not need a file converter to import samples from an EIV into the X3). Is there a way I could export my multisampled sounds (presets) into a piece of EIV hardware? This would mean: Use the powerful editing possibilities of the X3 and the play the presets live over an EIV. There is an export-function where you can save files as an "EOS Bank File" or "EOS Floppy Bank File". Is this a format an E-MU hardware sampler can read?

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Re: Export multisamples from Emulator X3 to a hardware sampl

Post by Ashe37 » Fri Sep 10, 2010 10:12 am

yes, those exports can be read by an EIV sampler.

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Re: Export multisamples from Emulator X3 to a hardware sampl

Post by sepiakeys » Wed Sep 15, 2010 11:29 pm

Ashe37 wrote:yes, those exports can be read by an EIV sampler.
Nice :D . What would be a reasonable price for an E5000 Ultra? RAM-expansions can be found quite cheap at ebay. The EVI-samplers (there are quite a few different models and different operating systems, as far as I can see) go for 350 Dollars and more...
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