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zombo66
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converting Pcmsynth,beatbox

I'm sure this topic has been touched before question is it possible to convert pcmsynth and beatbox to wave or soundfont ??

RobFarley
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They're both a collection of

They're both a collection of samples, so yes, but why?

zombo66
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I would like to use them in

I would like to use them in my vst create them convert them to sound font some already come with wav when purchasing through the App Store just wanted to see if anyone knows of any paid or free version of app that I can use to convert them back into wav or some other format I know there are few and im in the mist of testing one out....

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Well from what I understand

Well from what I understand the caustic pcms and beatbox files as proprietary so the only way to get the samples out is open them in caustic and save out the individual samples via the machine.

zombo66
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Either this old man is blind

Either this old man is blind can you explain in detail how and where can I find these options to save them in WAV file?? thank you.

zombo66
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And by the way sorry for the

And by the way sorry for the rudeness good morning and thank you RobFarley....cheers

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> from what I understand the

> from what I understand the caustic pcms and beatbox files as proprietary so the only way to get the samples out

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Either this old man is blind

Either this old man is blind can you explain in detail how and where can I find these options to save them in WAV file?? thank you

 

For the PCMSynth:

  • Long press the "Level" button, the sample editor opens
  • Select "File" -> "Save As", done
  • Note that a PCMSynth preset can contain more than one sample. By clicking the "Sample" button, you can scroll through the samples with the big jog wheel

For the BeatBox:

  • Click the "gear" icon on the top row (first icon to the right of the preset selector)
  • The "Kit settings" page opens, with the list of drum samples
  • Click on the wave-like button to the left of the sample you want, the sample editor opens
  • Select "File" -> "Save As", done

 

Hope this helps.

 

cheers,

Aldo

 

zombo66
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Thank u gentleman I was there

Thank u gentleman I was there before at the save as was not sure the outcome would be wave, I will test via my desktop version cheers mates
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zombo66
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Well guys  I did go as you

Well guys  I did go as you explained go into caustic---> file and to the desire samples and then "Save AS" but where did it save it ??, but no worries I found a great tool which I have not used for about 3 years ago finally updated and surprised!! for anyone that is interested you would need to use Caustic 3 Window version you use Audacity open and navigate to File--->Import--->Raw Data and go to the Caustic 3 Windows version folders so you navigate to documents ---->Caustic --->presets---->pcmsyth or beatbox and choose your desire sample and the outcome will be a long wave which will contain your samples but will require you to splice them for Beatbox , for Synth you can  just save as Wave or if it contains splits for each octaves then you would need to split them, and then save them to whatever format you like, I own Slicex from FL which is a standalone tool its one of my very favorite tools to split samples does an excellent job , thank you everyone just was not sure but i guess I answered my own question thank you Bob,El Cjadaldiaul​ and Mike have a wonderful day...