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Airplay OneAirplay One

CDXtract 4.0Published on 10/27/03 at 10:26
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I got CDxtract by a colleague, who has 32 ga file to disk image files akai s 1000, nasty surprise, after converting akai samples in 5000-6000, only 10 percent of wave files are readable on mac - by quick time-and f'ai pourtt the latest version of QuickTime on Mac OS 9.2. impossible to transfer the said files on the hard s5000 6000 my akai z8 software sys soles of my dragging. Therefore can be with cdx bp tract after the next issue;

See above

Otherwise c'es quick practice to read the samples.
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Fred160656Fred160656

CDXtract 4.0Published on 06/15/04 at 04:45
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I use a dj since CDXtract year and I must say that this app is the Swiss Army Knife of vritablement sampler also some developers do not make a mistake in their product intgrant this app (MachFive MOTU).
Most of the products are:
_ The multitude of formats included in both import and export
_ The converted measure a sample, a program, the entire CD if a need.
_ The possibility of "merger program" which allows easier CRER programs (drum kits ....) or "merger levels velocitquot; To create a multi layer.
_ The possibility to mount CD images directly and to read the code ... (Although this function is improved and it is often easier to mount the image with software ddi (Alcohol120%......
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I use a dj since CDXtract year and I must say that this app is the Swiss Army Knife of vritablement sampler also some developers do not make a mistake in their product intgrant this app (MachFive MOTU).
Most of the products are:
_ The multitude of formats included in both import and export
_ The converted measure a sample, a program, the entire CD if a need.
_ The possibility of "merger program" which allows easier CRER programs (drum kits ....) or "merger levels velocitquot; To create a multi layer.
_ The possibility to mount CD images directly and to read the code ... (Although this function is improved and it is often easier to mount the image with software ddi (Alcohol120% for example).
_ The interface is more user friendly than software such as that of competitor Chicken System "Translator" which parrait a little search.
_ Another great quality is that this product is made rgulirement day for several years and each time the functions that are supplmentaires implementations are still in the style of the day (intgration new virtual sampler MachFive, Kontakt ,......

As for the least:
_ Makes the big quality of this app is just not that big of default and that will get us out of almost any situation in import and export rather fawn lgante.

The report makes me parrait any justification for musicians possdant sound banks as well as important Hards samplers or virtual.

This is an excellent choice if not the best in this CATEGORY.

Fred
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DjieSsDjieSs

CDXtract 4.0Published on 02/27/05 at 06:40
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This is the basis of it all ................... IT'S ALL FOR THE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
... It works in + nikel, requires no power equipment .... but happiness
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Willy_77Willy_77

CDXtract 4.0Published on 11/13/05 at 08:02
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I use CD-Xtract for 2 years ... For any who need Grente banks samples on PC (or Mac).

The feature most useful to me: to go within minutes of my CDs that I have samples in iso image COPIS SD PC, whether in Akai format, or other EMU.
No more searching on the correct CD Tagra to find a sample lost among tens of thousands more ...
I also use a lot of format transfer between EMU / Akai and Kontakt.
Listen to the samples is simple, fast, prcise.

This product is really gnial, plus a dvelopp franais which does not spoil anything in this world high-tech plutt Anglo-Sax ...
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  • Manufacturer: CDXtract
  • Model: 4.0
  • Category: Sampler Format Converters/Browsers
  • Added in our database on: 07/30/2002

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