Designed for musicians who want to manage and convert their sampler libraries. Use it to browse your sampler CD-ROMs directly on your PC, navigate through the CD-ROM, and listen to any sound by clicking on it. CDxtract also displays detailed information about the samples (including the waveform) and the programs/patches. Its report generator can create a detailed and structured listing of the content of a sampler media. CDxtract allows you to convert your sampler libraries to other popular formats. Input formats supported include Akai S1000/S3000, Roland S7xx, and SampleCell/PC. Supported output formats are .wav, .aif, .mp3, Soundfont (.sf2), Mesa (.s3p), S5000/S6000 (.akp), Reaktor (.map), Pulsar (.p/.s), and Gigasampler (.gig). CDxtract includes a database feature that lets you save up to 200 types of media (CD-ROMs, Zip disks, etc.) and search for any program, patch, and sample by name.
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