Roland S330 Floppies Content!

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AndyCrystal
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Roland S330 Floppies Content!

Post by AndyCrystal » Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:50 pm

Roland S330 Floppies content.
I lost my floppies! I can't find them anywhere! This is driving me crazy. Is out there anyone having this sampler who wouldn't mind mailing me the content of these floppies. Is it enough to copy it ona blank one or do I need to know a specific procedure. Something like a ordinary backup I don't know... Please help!

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Re: Roland S330 Floppies Content!

Post by Silverfish » Sat Sep 04, 2010 9:20 am

I think the sounds are available on the Roland Sgroup website

They have a pretty good collection of all things Roland Sampler. I've got an S550 and downloaded all of the disks from there.

Good luck!

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Re: Roland S330 Floppies Content!

Post by AndyCrystal » Sat Sep 04, 2010 3:41 pm

Cool! Did u use sdisk for burning the content on floppy?

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Re: Roland S330 Floppies Content!

Post by Silverfish » Sun Sep 05, 2010 2:41 am

I can't remember what I used. I don't currently have a usb floppy drive (and I'm on Mac now), so I had to fire up an ancient Windows 95 machine that had a floppy drive. I think it was Sdisk, but there might be another utility that works just as well. Search around that site and I'm sure they'll have it.

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