At 02:02 AM 3/21/2017, you wrote:
>Has anybody been successful in importing the S-770 OUT. files on this page into Native Instrumentsâ KONTAKT?
Yep! I did it.
>NI's website says, regarding hardware formats,
>"Only image files supported. Please put these image files into the image folder."
>When they say an 'image file', doesn't it mean an .OUT file?
Yes; the reason it uses the generic term "image" is because often these can have different extensions based on the whim of the person using SDISK (the program that made these). And actually the NI page says .out (to the right).
I should mention I know this because I wrote the code that Kontakt uses, and mostly wrote that web page. I am the point person for any issues regarding this, let me know if there is something you don't understand or need quesitons answered.
My disks are really struggling to read now and I cannot contact the
friend who had one. Its hard to get these disks now
Can you please send me this system disk ?
I would prefer the ver 1 sequencer format (Director S )but anything will
thanks and blessings
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How many Roland sampler users are still on this group? For those who may
not know me I'm Jesse Segovia and I play lead guitar and sing in a classic
rock band, and I write and record my own stuff in my home studio. I own
both a Roland S-760 and S-550. My Main DAW is Cakewalk Sonar. I have one
of those Focusrite Saffire audio/MIDI interfaces.
To tell you where I am with my Roland samplers, I bought a Yamaha MOXF8
synth a few years ago. It has most of the library of the Motif and it's
expandable - you can load samples in the correct format into its internal
memory. It sounds very good but I just found out how much I still need my
Roland samplers and sample library. The MOXF8 has a Yamaha CP-80 patch that
I through was pretty good but last week I was going through some of my
Roland sample library sounds. I loaded up one of the CP-70 patches from the
Roland Keyboards of the 60's and 70's and wow, there was no comparison. The
Roland patch completely blew away the Yamaha keyboard sound. It wasn't even
close. If I recorded a song with the Yamaha electric grand sound I would be
very disappointed to later on find out how good the Roland sample was.
I guess some of us have gone to software samplers but for me, at least for
now, I'm sticking with my Roland samplers and I'm very happy to do that.