Greg is right.
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Posted by f3 on April 26, 2001 at 13:39:46:
In Reply to: Re: QS8 Sounds in wav/aiff format? posted by greg on April 25, 2001 at 23:42:58:
You can't get to the original samples in the QS other than by recording them. To do this well you'd have to find the patch that has the samples you want, turn off any other voices in that patch, probably make some adjustments in the envelopes especially if they have long sustain periods, get rid of effects, and probably best to record via the digital outs if you can. Sounds like way too much work for the Alesis samples (which I think are mostly just kind of ok for basic stuff anyway).
: :You can try using Soundbridge, not sure if it will do it's thing in reverse.Other suggestion is to transfer single patches into your computer as midi files and then convert them.I've seen some freeware applications that will do this. Browse the web and download one. Try the www.synthzone.com, there are a bunch of downloads there.
: I may just be uninformed, but I thought that you can't really get the QS' sounds as .wav files using MIDI or soundbridge, or anything else. Part of what you pay for in the QS is the original samples, which are used to create its sounds. The best way to get the sounds would seem to me to be to make a patch that is totally dry, no effects, no LFO, envelope, etc, and record directly from the QS to a computer.