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  • I'm having a tough time figuring out how to convert SD2 to .WAV format.

    I use Logic Platinum 6. I created a loop, and I bounced it to SD2 format. But when I try to bounce/add it into WAV or AIFF, every time I click on the bounced file it opens Logic.

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    Right click on the file, use "open with..."? Will that do it? You can open the file in another sound app and save it from there as the desired format.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dewdrop_world
      Right click on the file, use "open with..."? Will that do it? You can open the file in another sound app and save it from there as the desired format.

      hjh


      I don't have another program to do this. I tried Sound Studio, and that just made a Sound Studio file.

      I can use the SD2 format in Live, but I would rather have it in WAV. When I create a WAV file with Logic, it always opens up Logic, and I don't want it to do this.

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      • #4
        If you don't have another program, what app should launch when you doubleclick a WAV file?

        Or is Logic launching when you merely click on the WAV? If so, that's weird. You should see a preview player in the finder (if your window is set up with unix-style column view).

        hjh
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        • #5
          Originally posted by televisionary
          I use Logic Platinum 6. I created a loop, and I bounced it to SD2 format. But when I try to bounce/add it into WAV or AIFF, every time I click on the bounced file it opens Logic.


          You can bounce to Wave or AIFF from Logic. I tend to bounce to AIFF..

          In OSX, you can GET INFO on a file and then change the program that boots it. For instance. Bounce to AIFF, GET INFO on the file and then change the program it boots to to Quicktime.. Works for me..
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          • #6
            you could try a free program like audacity. just load sd2 file , then save as wav.
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            • #7
              itunes can do it..
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              • #8
                good call on the itunes
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