|Author||Topic: Convert .sfi Impulses to .wav?|
Posted: 16th June 2004 17:11
Hope it's OK I started a new thread for this...
I have found the free impulses available from Sony - they are in sfi format (Sound Forge Impulse). Are there any utilities to convert them to wav so they can be used in SIR?
Posted: 16th June 2004 17:26
As far as I know the only way to do this is to make a short wav with just one sample long spike, then to apply Sonic Foundry acoustic mirror to it. What you get is wav-version of the sfi.
Maybe I'm wrong and there's another way, correct me then.
Posted: 16th June 2004 23:33
AFAIK, SFIs are just renamed WAVs. Try renaming them to WAVs.
Posted: 17th June 2004 12:02
Posted: 17th June 2004 17:09
Posted: 29th November 2004 18:59
I renamed an .sfi to .wav the other day and opened it back up into Acoustic Modeler as a test and it worked fine but that's not in SIR (which I cannot test at the moment). I'm surprised that Alexey's suggestion didn't work.
Posted: 29th November 2004 19:05
renaming doesn't work. i tried this a while ago and also started a thread about exactly the same thing in hosts forum. I think we are SOOL
Posted: 30th November 2004 01:20
SFI is encoded WAV. I contacted Sonic Foundry about their format few years ago and they said its protected, so you can't use it.
There is alot of impulses on the net, why you want SFI?