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Here's what I got. Audio files that I managed to rescue from a 12 yr old data cd. Back then I had a powermac with 8.5 os and I don't recall which copy of toast I had. I am able to use a program to open the files but they are compressed so it sounds like high speed fast forward aka nasty.

I don't have the mac anymore, the files should be sound designerII files(.sd2) and I do kinda remember compressing the files but I don't remember if it was ProTools(sound designer) or if it was Toast that compressed the files. I am on windows XP so if it was Toast that compressed them I would like to know how I can get them uncompressed?

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Toast will create a .sd2f file as a audio CD "disc image" but does not compress the audio.

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Toast will create a .sd2f file as a audio CD "disc image" but does not compress the audio.

 

Thanx, I'm leaning towards Pro Tools as being the culprit of the compression as other files were not compressed.

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