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#1524109 - 03/21/17 01:16 AM VirDIS .HDD Files to VS Wave Export (how to...)
WinyardPro Offline
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Once the VS#### project is SAVED/STORED and finished VS####/VirDIS project (Emulation) is ejected.

Click and drag .HDD (VirDIS File) and drop it into VS Wave Export and extract the .WAV files and then import these into Reaper or software of choice.

Important: Be sure to Eject the Emulation as droping into VS Wave Export without this step will error as the .HDD file is being used by VirDIS i.e "emulation: RUNNING emufile: LOCKED".

Note: Also worth saving the .HDD (VirDIS Files) to the Cloud, External Drive, Thumb Drive or similar for safe backup.

Paul.
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#1524838 - 03/27/17 09:30 PM Re: VirDIS .HDD Files to VS Wave Export (how to...) [Re: WinyardPro]
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If you can play back the audio OK (with the SCSI drive as the current drive) and it sounds exactly the same as the original song/project on the Roland IDE, then go back to (make current) an IDE partition and 'Eject' and 'Close' the VirDIS emulation; this closes the HDD file and makes it available to VS Wave Export for dropping into the open window. Clicking on the (+) should expand the song/project and show the name(s) etc. and all the tracks should show up on the right-hand panel for clicking on and exporting to WAV files.
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#1525912 - 04/05/17 07:22 PM Re: VirDIS .HDD Files to VS Wave Export (how to...) [Re: VirDISDeveloper]
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 Originally Posted By: VirDISDeveloper
If you can play back the audio OK (with the SCSI drive as the current drive) and it sounds exactly the same as the original song/project on the Roland IDE, then go back to (make current) an IDE partition and 'Eject' and 'Close' the VirDIS emulation; this closes the HDD file and makes it available to VS Wave Export for dropping into the open window. Clicking on the (+) should expand the song/project and show the name(s) etc. and all the tracks should show up on the right-hand panel for clicking on and exporting to WAV files.


Thanks Kindly -- This clears up a lot questions ....always leaving one step out ....
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