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Roland s-750 sampler syquest drive from the 90's
Old 25th January 2019
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Roland s-750 sampler syquest drive from the 90's

Hi I have an old Syquest Cartridge (105mb 3.5 inch) from the mid 90's that has Roland s-750 data on it. I don't have the sampler or the drive any more. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could get the data off of the disk? Also if it was formatted using the s750 is there any way to read it without that sampler?

Thanks in advance.

Futureboy
Old 25th January 2019
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🎧 5 years
The data is formatted for that system but will work with any Roland 700 series samplers or romplers (700, 750, 760, 770).
Still using mine with the Syquest drives!
Don't know how you could take it out of the Syquest drive without the hardware, which you're going to need anyway to use those sounds/data.
Old 25th January 2019
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Ah thank you. One thing I remember is that my Akai s6000 can read that format and then save it as a WAV. Maybe that's the route I should take. Only problem is where to find an old Syquest drive.
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