Very cool! Thank you very much, glad I could help. But you've done so much work! I never got around to converting every disk so this is really great. Happy new year!
Same to you madtheory!
It's strange, for some reason I thought you had converted it all. I was gonna ask you for the "good" library, but thought that it could be fun to check out CMIOS9 myself.
Btw. this was no work at all compared to the horror 2 years ago. All those hours I could have made music instead..
I think the "humans" disk contains the same as "choral"? There was no disk named humans on Fairlight US' site. And I've checked the disk ID of every disk image in CMIOS9. Also named all folders exactly according to their respective disk ID name. It may be that the guy who made the images from floppy named them differently.
Just to clear up a bit more, there are two sets of IIx disk images on the US website. The second set is named "new voice disks". I double checked and the content is the same, and both sets contain a fair amount of duplicate disks, and I have of course skipped the dupes after verifying the content. Other than that, everything that CMIOS9 would acknowledge has been converted. None of the "organs" disk images (from any source) could be read for some reason, the same with the 2 "keyboards" disks. But these samples are included in the previous set I posted, the ones I ripped from the bin files.
I've done all I can with the material I have from Fairlight US. It's complete enough, at least for me. The quality stuff is here. Btw. I am finding some great loop points in Fast Tracker 2. Will try to make a set of XI instruments. I believe those can be used in Renoise too?