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    Steve
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    if it does, I have not found that option. Kind of a bummer but I may still have to upgrade. I don't use it very often but when you need a tool - you need it to work.
  • shankiphonic
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    ugh. it's always something.
    do you know if it lets you preserve the bitrate if you load in 24/48 and then just update the tag/header, and save?

    I wanna do a bakeoff between sample robot and blackbox for sampling instruments....
  • Steve
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    It works for me. The only issue with the least expensive version is no 24/48 export.
  • shankiphonic
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    Esteban -
    I was looking at sample robot. I'm not sure they call out specifically this functionality anywhere (but I might be wrong).
    Probably it's something they think people don't really care about.
    There's 3 versions - the cheapie "Korg" version has the feature?
  • Steve
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    ANSWER: SampleRobot. $91 USD.

    It is important to know that we do not look at filenames to create multisample sets. We look only at the wavtag. Logic works well but does not write these tags (in my experience) as it renames files.

    Sample Robot will take the sets you have created or purchased and write the necessary data for use in our machines. There are free options....but your time is also worth something. For me, I paid for SR and have never looked back.

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  • shankiphonic
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    I can only add that I googled it to death, and downloaded half a dozen apps and came up with nothing useful.
    Everything was music library editor.
    Now - if Cunningham's law would apply - someone would follow up with a post telling me how wrong I am and finally give us the answer....

  • Simontl
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    Which program for Mac OSX would be able to create ACID tags on WAV? Logic Pro X? Ocenaudio?

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  • camman
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    Originally posted by camman View Post
    whats the best way of changing the tag outside of bitbox? doing it inside takes a real long time.
    could a software update change how the samples are loaded? it would be much easier if it used the midi note numbers rather than a wav tag. it would make multi-sample loading super easy.

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  • Aaron
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    I use Sound Forge on Windows. It's overkill for editing WAV tags. I'm not sure of a good option.
  • camman
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    whats the best way of changing the tag outside of bitbox? doing it inside takes a real long time.

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  • puffycaps
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    This is fantastic info, thanks! You guys kick ass.

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  • Aaron
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    WAV tags we support

    For those interested in taking advantage of the WAV chunks we use in bitbox and blackbox. Here is some documentation:

    This link has the best documentation I have seen on the overall WAV structure:
    https://sites.google.com/site/musicg...av-file-format

    Our products read and write these optional tags:
    • smpl - loop points and root note
    • inst - key and velocity range
    • acid - beat count for clips
    • cue - slice points stored as cue points
    • JUNK - a small unused section to align the audio data with the block size on micro SD cards
    Here is information on the acid chunk:
    https://forums.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=227118

    Enjoy
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