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Vintage Software / Re: Scene Releases List - OxYGeN (99-2003)
« Last post by djsabreblade on December 17, 2023, 06:47:44 PM »
uploading pro five check my latest  :)
Vintage Software / Re: Scene Releases List - OxYGeN (99-2003)
« Last post by Bienengräber on December 17, 2023, 05:39:51 PM »

Actual serial number for B4:
234 03412 061674

I have found an updater which also installs the main software but I get the error message: "Please Insert CD-ROM"...
even playing with poweriso and its drives doesnt work :D

Also, does someone have "Profive" by Native Instruments?
Motu Performer / Re: MOTU Performer 5.0.2 (Dec 1995)
« Last post by andrew24 on December 17, 2023, 04:10:44 PM »
Windows 98 (Jun 1998) / Re: Reaper 7, on Win98
« Last post by dawful on December 17, 2023, 07:35:04 AM »
And sadly, I only have ver. 1,2, and 3. I think both 4 and 5 support Win9x. And they both have record monitoring. The older ones don't. But, even if you found a link or torrent to 4/5, they'd probably be dead (too old).
I haven't tried Console, in Win9x; I'm not sure it works. I've tried Chainer (buggy), Steinberg V-Stacks, and VSTHost.
Console is probably the nicest.
VSTHost ->

I haven't really monkeyed with this much, yet. It is kinda like Steinberg V-Stacks or Xlutop Chainer.

If you don't know that that is, it is for chaining MIDI, VST, and VSTi outside of an actual DAW.
Sometimes this is used for "live" performance; but it also has uses for the production environment.
There are PDFs for using it, and it's "Slavery Suite".

I haven't actually explored the Slavery mode. So, I don't know what it "exactly" does. Here are some descriptions,

"It was just a little question in a forum... "Is there a way to route the output of vsthost to Kristal Audio engine? And without latency?" that triggered the addition of a slave mode to VSTHost."

"It comes as an effect and as a VSTi, since there are hosts that accept only effects, hosts that only accept VSTis, and of course hosts that accept both."

It seems like an interesting tool, and I believe it may still be actively maintained. Just wanted to share it, in case someone else hadn't already. Sorry if it has already been posted.
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