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Convert BFDLAC files to WAV

Started by Ritchiedrums, November 27, 2022, 03:35:17 AM

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kenjwright

Quote from: Ritchiedrums on November 27, 2022, 03:35:17 AMAnyone know how to convert these?
I don't have any experience with the format but you piqued my interest so dug a little and it seems that conversion is not available, even within BFD itself. Found this vid
describing the codec. Most may find it a snore, but I found rather fascinating (I like that kind of stuff) and Skot McDonald did a great presentation, showing his passion for bits & bytes  :)

Cheers!

Ken
Ludwig Acoustics, Paiste Cymbals, Drum Brothers Djun Djuns, ddrum4, Pintech Cymbals, MegaDrum56, eDRUMin-4

Deve Loper

Hi Ken! I watched the whole vid. Funny thing is, I met Skot in 2012? I think, in London, and we talked about just that. I even gave him a code example of my lossless comp idea. So lots of what he tells here I recognize very well. Mind you, he certainly had those things going before I met him, no offense.
We talked about collaboration, but then Nufzd was launched 2015? and we lost contact.
Then Fxpansion went to Roli, then BFD went to inMusic, so I dont know anymore...

kenjwright

Interesting back story Deve! That small block analysis is a bit reminiscent of the dd4! One can only image what you two could cook up in an afternoon :) Maybe throw in the forthcoming ddrum "Military Grade Something" and we could have a new module that launches itself into outer space and streams back samples from a distant galaxy! Wait.... did I miss my calling as a SiFi author :)
Ludwig Acoustics, Paiste Cymbals, Drum Brothers Djun Djuns, ddrum4, Pintech Cymbals, MegaDrum56, eDRUMin-4

kenjwright

Ludwig Acoustics, Paiste Cymbals, Drum Brothers Djun Djuns, ddrum4, Pintech Cymbals, MegaDrum56, eDRUMin-4