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Translator Professional

Translator Professional

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Translator 6 Professional converts most popular sampler disk and file formats into one another. For example, take any E-mu CD-ROM, and Translator can convert a sample, a preset, a bank, or the entire CD-ROM into the Akai format and DIRECTLY WRITES IT to an Akai-formatted hard drive.

Both program parameter information and samples plus their structure can be translated - wavedata, keymaps, looping, effects - EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE. No program translates better than Translator! Translator minds every small detail, faithfully replicating your sounds, unlike every other program on the market. It even reads Mac OS disks on Windows platforms for precise interchangeability.

Suported formats e.g.: Akai S1000, S3000, S5000 and MPC series; Emu Emax, E3/E3x/ESi, Emulator 4 series - EOS; Ensoniq EPS, ASR-10, ASR-X; Roland S700, S50 series; Kurzweil (all); Korg Trinity/Triton; Yamaha A3000, A4000 series; Seer Systems Reality; Gigastudio,/sampler; Emagic EXS-24 (Mac and PC); Creamware Pulsar/PowerSampler; Emu Soundfont; Steinberg Recycle (Mac and PC); Digidesign Samplecell (Mac and PC); Native Intruments Reaktor (Mac and PC);  Native Intruments Kontakt (Mac and PC up to v5.X, open kontakt format only, Kontakt Player libraries not supported); Propellerheads Reason (Mac and PC); Steinberg Halion (Mac and PC) and more!

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The following reviews have been placed by customers who also bought this product from us. All reviews are provided through eKomi, Europe’s largest independent customer review company.

5.0 of 5  
01.09.2016 Language: englisch

Chicken Translator Professional is very good software useful that can convert many virtual instruments formats As well... EXS24, Kontakt, Battery, Akai, Giga, wav, aif, caf and many, many more Recommend!


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