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    Translator

    Does anyone who has translator reccommend it? Is it any better than s convertor?

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    Re: Translator

    YES! I just started using Translator about a week ago and I think it\'s fantastic. Finally I can just load in a Roland CD or and Emu CD and play tose patches on the Gigastudio. I really think Rubber Chicken should ask Nemesys to include a pamphlet or something with the software jsut so more people know this resource is available to them. Actually, I think Nemesys should include some mention of it in their ads so that all those giga-Sceptics realize that GStudio now converts not just Akai but Roland and Emu also.

    Please note, at this time the Translator does NOT convert akai. When you try to , you get a message sayng it doesn\'t do this at this time, mainly because the SConverter is such a good program to do this.

    I haven\'t Translated HUGE amounts of patches as yet, but so far no problems converting, and very easy to use.

    Robert Kral

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    Re: Translator

    I also have Translator. I have used it on ASR10, EMU, and Roland CDs. In all cases u get good conversion of waves and keymaps. Be prepared for editing of envelopes, LFOs, filters, and velocity response. A tremendous utility IMHO. Besides, what is your alternative? CDXtract 3.3, to my knowledge, does not convert EMU Cds as was incorrectly pointed out elsewhere on this BB.

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    Re: Translator

    I also have Translator. I have used it on ASR10, EMU, and Roland CDs. In all cases u get good conversion of waves and keymaps. Be prepared for editing of envelopes, LFOs, filters, and velocity response. A tremendous utility IMHO. Besides, what is your alternative? CDXtract 3.3, to my knowledge, does not convert EMU Cds as was incorrectly pointed out elsewhere on this BB.

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    Re: Translator

    Have any of you guys seen weather Translator will open S6000 programs and multies. These are not normal akai files they are PC based with .akp & .apm suffix. I\'d really appreicate a reply to this as we are thinking of replacing our S6000 with Giga-studio

    cheers

    brunio

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