[sgroup] Re: scsi

marais.de.cygnes at gmail.com marais.de.cygnes at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 13:30:25 EST 2012


oooh cool, external SCSI card burner/readers ?

anyone know a non ebay source for these btw ?

2 S760's still here, but very quiet these days

On Nov 28, 2012, at 1:06 PM, Robbie Duder wrote:

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>> Hello, I am trying to see if I can find a solution to converting my  
>> Roland
>> S-760 SCSI to either USB or Firewire so I can connect a drive.
>>
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>> Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2012 08:26:58 -0600
>> From: Garth Hjelte <garth at chickensys.com>
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>> At 07:18 AM 11/28/2012, you wrote:
>>
>>> Hello, I am trying to see if I can find a solution to converting my
>> Roland S-760 SCSI to either USB or Firewire so I can connect a drive.
>>
>> That's like equipping a rickshaw with a turbojet to get it to go  
>> faster. =)
>>
>> SCSI Drives are plentiful, just get one of those. Plenty on eBay,  
>> they go
>> cheap.
>>
>> If you wanted to connect your drive to a computer, may I recommend  
>> using
>> ZipDrives, you can use a SCSI ZipDrive for your S-760 and a USB  
>> ZipDrive
>> for your computer. Try a 250mb one, that may save you some hassle.
>>
>> There are CF Card options, but I'm not too up on that and YMMV,  
>> "SCSI"
>> card readers and the cards themselves often have compatibility  
>> issues. Once
>> you get the right ones, though, you're in the clear, if you can  
>> find them.
>> Stock is often an issue.
>>
>> Garth Hjelte
>> Sampler User
>>
>>
>>
>>
> I went zip with my EMU Ultra.
> You can get 2 (they are pretty cheap on ebay) just one scsi and one  
> USB or
> even parallel (if you system has a parallel port on it) Then I just  
> swap
> sounds via a zip disk to the internal HD of the Ultra. (I know it's  
> not a
> Roland but same concept) I'm sure whatever PC you are using will  
> have a USB
> port. Or you can share it via a network share.
>
> HTH
>
> Good luck,
> Rob
>
>
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