.EDV File Extension
Ensoniq VFX-SD Disk Image
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What is an EDV file?
An EDV file is a disk image formatted for an Ensoniq VFX-SD, a low-cost, high-performance workstation synthesizer released in 1989. It stores data dumped from a floppy disk, including individual sounds, sets of sounds, banks of sounds, and presets.
Ensoniq released the VFX-SD keyboard in 1989. It improved upon the VFX synthesizer Ensoniq released earlier that year.
Users could insert floppy disks into the VFX-SD floppy drive to add sounds, presets, and songs to the synthesizer. They could also install operating system updates via the floppy disk.
EDV Disk Image Format
The Ensoniq VFX-SD disk image format is similar to the EPS, EPS-16 PLUS, and SD-1 devices but with different directory information. In addition, the format features 160 tracks (80 on each side of the disk), with each track storing 512-byte sectors of data.
How to open an EDV file
You can open EDV files with Chicken Systems Ensoniq Disk Tools in Windows.
How to convert an EDV file
Ensoniq Disk Tools can convert EDV files to several file types, including the following formats: