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what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby charles » Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:49 pm

spl,sd,smp avr microsoft 8bit wav

WHATS THE BEST OVERALL SAMPLE EDITOR
for these formats?

nessesary need applicable -> loaded into the epss sound .ACC

so far i am getting used to fact anything under22050hz are the only files i find which actually load

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby nativ » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:02 pm

The Stereo Master Editor was quite good.

also the internal editor in Protracker.

there are a few available some that run in Hi-res too. Can't recall names off hand.


As the STe replay for EPSS is 25Khz mostly (ST 11khz) you will find lots of samples that operate within those frequencies. Amiga 17Khz
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby charles » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:43 pm

i don't know if i follow,
a 17khz is compatible to the 11khz in st
?????

i do have a question for H.C. user of 525 ,,
if the sample rate of target being converted
is lower than the newily saved one ..
samples don't play in epss

is this valid????

therfore can't make a 44100hz sample from a 22500hz one?
i tried doesn't work often enough

why?



-->sample editors ->turbo synth and sound designer and avalon are my fav's
but for these wav-and spl and avr , i don't know much , because i am usally a hi rez st user

maestro too i should try

what edits spi voice sets from epss?

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby Shredder11 » Sat Mar 02, 2013 11:45 pm

Hmmm....not tried any for a while and was about to say SoundLab but that only does up to 30KHz, although if v2 ever came out that promised up to 50KHz. Anyway Steinberg Avalon v2.1 and Microdeal Replay 16-bit version will handle 44.1KHz; there is also a Falcon 030 version of it called Clarity. Over at Atari Music Network there is a scanned pdf user manual for Avalon, along with the software itself.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby GorT » Tue Sep 17, 2013 4:36 pm

Hi, somebody in one of the threads was looking for Sound Designer v1.5 i have it in STX format if that helps, just let me know.

PS C-lab Explorer 32 as well in same STX format.

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Postby charles » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:20 pm

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby GorT » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:40 pm

I'm new to this forum so if somebody can explain how and where to upload these files then that would be great, both files are originals and i tested the STX against my legit versions all fine.

Btw these files have their protection still so MSA won't help i tried that but STX works fine (under index prot)

Anyway somebody on one of the threads (can't remember what one) was looking for these in non cracked format.
Hope it helps.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/05atwsh5a4ambt2/C-Lab_Explorer_32_v2_0.zip

http://www.mediafire.com/download/xk7abuse8pt2nd6/Sound_Designer_1_5.zip

Thanks to Shredder11 and bullis1 for the helpful info.
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby Shredder11 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:45 pm

I usually upload them to a free share site like MediaFire etc and then copy and paste the download link for your file(s) here.

Someone will probably correct me if I am wrong but surely STX files only work with emulators? I would use the excellent Floppy Image program to make MSA images of your disks and upload those instead. http://atari.8bitchip.info/floimgd.php after installing this first http://atari.8bitchip.info/FdInstall.zip . You then simply click on the floppy icon to scan your disc and click on Floppy to Image button, and select .msa in the 'Save as type' box. All very quick and simple even for a total n00b.

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Postby bullis1 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:32 pm

GorT wrote:I'm new to this forum so if somebody can explain how and where to upload these files then that would be great, both files are originals and i tested the STX against my legit versions all fine.

When you make a new post, you can choose to upload an attachment. This is fine for small files such as ST programs.

Shredder11 wrote:Someone will probably correct me if I am wrong but surely STX files only work with emulators? I would use the excellent Floppy Image program to make MSA images of your disks and upload those instead.

STX images do only work on emulators for the most part. If you need to convert it you could open it an emulator and then use MSA (or whatever you'd like) from within the emu.
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby Maartau » Tue Sep 24, 2013 5:14 pm

GorT wrote:Hi, somebody in one of the threads was looking for Sound Designer v1.5 i have it in STX format if that helps, just let me know.

PS C-lab Explorer 32 as well in same STX format.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby GorT » Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:44 pm

Maartau wrote:
GorT wrote:Hi, somebody in one of the threads was looking for Sound Designer v1.5 i have it in STX format if that helps, just let me know.

PS C-lab Explorer 32 as well in same STX format.

Cheers ...


:cheers: for the STX.


Your welcome :cheers:
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV

Postby dbsys » Thu Feb 25, 2016 7:31 am

GorT wrote:I'm new to this forum so if somebody can explain how and where to upload these files then that would be great, both files are originals and i tested the STX against my legit versions all fine.

Btw these files have their protection still so MSA won't help i tried that but STX works fine (under index prot)

Anyway somebody on one of the threads (can't remember what one) was looking for these in non cracked format.
Hope it helps.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/05atwsh5a4ambt2/C-Lab_Explorer_32_v2_0.zip

http://www.mediafire.com/download/xk7abuse8pt2nd6/Sound_Designer_1_5.zip

Thanks to Shredder11 and bullis1 for the helpful info.



Thanks for providing these files.

How do I handle the resulting "STX" images correctly?

I wanted to get the containing files to the hard drive of my Atari Falcon, but have no idea how to deal with STX images. So far I always managed to "open" .ST or .MSA files with no problems, but .STX gives me no way to do the same.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby Cyprian » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:17 am

Hatari and Steem supports STX image files.
You can copy needed files to a new ST/MSA or hard disk folder with them.
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby dbsys » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:29 am

Cyprian wrote:Hatari and Steem supports STX image files.
You can copy needed files to a new ST/MSA or hard disk folder with them.


Thanks. So, I will need to install an emulator first? I am not familiar with Atari emulators, to be honest.

I have access to a Windows XP PC, is Steem is the right choice for me?
Is it difficult to get Steem up and running?
Where do I find the apporpriate Steem version that supports STX files and Windows XP?

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby Cyprian » Thu Feb 25, 2016 11:17 am

the latest Steem SSE you can find there: https://sourceforge.net/projects/steemsse/
and Hatari: http://download.tuxfamily.org/hatari/1.9.0/

just download, extract and run them
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby dbsys » Thu Feb 25, 2016 1:12 pm

Cyprian wrote:the latest Steem SSE you can find there: https://sourceforge.net/projects/steemsse/

just download, extract and run them


Will do and report.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby Atari74user » Thu Feb 25, 2016 11:11 pm

Not sure what is trying to be achieved, I appreciate this is an old thread resurrected and I may not be understanding, but Digidesign's Sound Designer can be downloaded here in v2 guise and .ST format: http://www.atarimania.com/utility-atari ... 17566.html

Working on the Falcon? Sound Designer was programmed without the Atari Falcon in mind, but ST in Hi Res. You may be lucky I have never tried it, but would be surprised.
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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby dbsys » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:00 am

Atari74user wrote:Not sure what is trying to be achieved, I appreciate this is an old thread resurrected and I may not be understanding, but Digidesign's Sound Designer can be downloaded here in v2 guise and .ST format: http://www.atarimania.com/utility-atari ... 17566.html

Working on the Falcon? Sound Designer was programmed without the Atari Falcon in mind, but ST in Hi Res. You may be lucky I have never tried it, but would be surprised.


Thanks a lot.

I wanted to get the containing files to the hard drive of my Atari Falcon, but have no idea how to deal with STX images. So far I always managed to "open" .ST or .MSA files with no problems, but .STX gives me no way to do the same.

I will check the link above. Thanks.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby Atari74user » Fri Feb 26, 2016 10:21 am

OK cool, you could try here for Explorer 32 too, and others, if the links work: http://atari.mnx2010.nl/helpdesk/music/editors.htm

ex32v21.zip link for Explorer 32.

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Re: what is the ideal sample editor and best for AVR,SPL,WAV?

Postby GorT » Fri Feb 26, 2016 2:31 pm

Atari74user wrote:Not sure what is trying to be achieved, I appreciate this is an old thread resurrected and I may not be understanding, but Digidesign's Sound Designer can be downloaded here in v2 guise and .ST format: http://www.atarimania.com/utility-atari ... 17566.html

Working on the Falcon? Sound Designer was programmed without the Atari Falcon in mind, but ST in Hi Res. You may be lucky I have never tried it, but would be surprised.


"Anyway somebody on one of the threads (can't remember what one) was looking for these in non cracked format.
Hope it helps."
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Postby Maartau » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:42 am

- C-Lab Explorer 32 v2.0 (1989)(Michael Haydn),

- Sound Designer v1.5 (1988)(Digidesign Inc.).

Uploaded on Atarimania's FTP :) .


Thanks to GorT for the STX 8) .

* Both are floppy copy protected / Dumps are good too :thumbs: .
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Maartau wrote:Uploaded on Atarimania's FTP :) .



Have you got the link?

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Postby Maartau » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:18 pm

dbsys wrote:
Maartau wrote:Uploaded on Atarimania's FTP :) .



Have you got the link?

Thank you.


That's the ones posted there : just renamed :) .

GorT wrote:I'm new to this forum so if somebody can explain how and where to upload these files then that would be great, both files are originals and i tested the STX against my legit versions all fine.

Btw these files have their protection still so MSA won't help i tried that but STX works fine (under index prot)

Anyway somebody on one of the threads (can't remember what one) was looking for these in non cracked format.
Hope it helps.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/05atwsh5a4ambt2/C-Lab_Explorer_32_v2_0.zip

http://www.mediafire.com/download/xk7abuse8pt2nd6/Sound_Designer_1_5.zip

Thanks to Shredder11 and bullis1 for the helpful info.


Marakatti haven't included them on AM at the moment :).

This file was converted from original protected original disk to a STX file format by GorT.

Before you claim that you did all the work at least re-upload it to a free site and
not a money making clickster site.

Thanks ... GorT
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Thanks, Maartau.


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