.AKAI - AKAI S-series floppies & image files

The AKAI S-900/950/1000/3000 all use floppy disk formats that can't be read by Windows. However you can use special 3rd party utilities to create 'floppy disk image' files that you can then open in Awave Studio (we recommend one called "OmniFlop" - use its 'Read unknown format' command, then rename the image file to an .AKAI extension).


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