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Windows XP (Oct 2001) / MED soundstudio (OctaMED) for windows TRIAL
« Last post by chrisNova777 on February 25, 2021, 05:55:14 PM »


-Remember the free Amigatracker called MED and from 1991 the famous award winning commercial version OctaMED?

-With the death of the Amiga OctaMED was re-coded/renamed as MED Soundstudio for use on the PC (Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 & 8).

-MED Soundstudio is a Stereo Tracker/MIDI Sequencer for sound editing, a massive number of Real time Effects, with full VSTi and also offering ASIO support.

-Other than a quality soundcard, MED requires no other additional hardware,(although it can be used to control MIDI/sequencing)

-Once you become familar with the myriad of features within MED you will be suprised to learn how flexible the program is.

-You can select to save your compositions out as either an MMD file for loading into MED itself or a MIDI file and for those contacts who do not use MED, they can simply play back your MED MMD file via one of the many music players, such as WinAmp, or you can choose to save your music as a standalone self-executing file which only requires the user to click on the saved executable file to hear your work.

-With a CD burner you can save your files in the .WAV format ready to burn directly to a CD, or using the plugin addition, you can select to save in the popular MP3 encoded format.

-For reliable use, an Intel Pentium 4/Celeron family, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron family, (or compatible dual core processor), with 800-MHz (or better), 128MB RAM, (or higher), (runs on Vista-but who would want to!).
Windows XP/7/8 are highly recommended.
    WINDOWS XP - Vista - Windows 7)

  MED Soundstudio v2.1


Minimum System for MultiMedia use:

P4, 512MB RAM
Lots of available hard disk space
A 'Good' quality  Soundcard
ASIO compliant Sound Card recommended
If ASIO drivers fail, check for latest
drivers or download/install ASIO4ALL

Highly Recommended System for MultiMedia use:

DUAL CORE, Windows XP/Vista/7
1024MB RAM
Lots of available hard disk space
Top of the range Soundcard

Not required but 'extremely' useful for MIDI work  '-)
MIDI Keyboard


Please ensure you have the latest MS drivers installed
and you do a regular de-frag of your hard drives.



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Steinberg (Atari ST) / Re: converting old cubase files
« Last post by RandomTestSubject on February 22, 2021, 05:51:10 PM »
both of these worked for me, im not sure if they worked because of my Elicenser on my machine
or if they jsut work all the time without any license dongle at all? maybe someone can confirm that for me?
i was able to install it just now on my Windows 7 64bit machine and it seems to work

Hello and first post! Just wanted to confirm as an owner of the original Cubase SE (version 1) that no dongle is required, and it's the only version of Cubase that I am aware of that only requires a serial number. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be compatible with Windows 10.
Motu Performer (80s + 90s) / Re: Performer 6 Key Challenge
« Last post by chrisNova777 on February 18, 2021, 08:54:55 AM »
not sure if there was a crack for 6 but i know there is one for 5.5
you should be able to find here
Motu Performer (80s + 90s) / Performer 6 Key Challenge
« Last post by PGonz on February 17, 2021, 04:28:44 PM »
Ok, so I’m trying to revive my old MIDI sequences. I’m operating a Power Macintosh 7200/75 with OS 9. It all works great. I used to have Performer as it was released: all versions through 5.2.

None of my old diskettes work, so I downloaded Performer 6. It is asking for an answer to this challenge before I can use it:

Any ideas what the answer is?

Pro Tools by AVID / Re: digidesign updates/installers
« Last post by k-Tracker on February 16, 2021, 09:35:55 PM »
Is there a chance you have PT LE 6.9 Mac full install image?
USB Audio Interfaces - (early 2000s) / Re: Yamaha UW500 (2000?)
« Last post by LilasCook on February 12, 2021, 11:00:44 AM »
Hi....What sort of latencies would i be able to expect with the ASIO drivers (my PC is HP Omnibook 500 with 700mhz P3/256mb/win2000) ?

usb-audiois selling a low-idleness ASIO driver (the yamaha as of now utilizes it in case I'm not frightfully mixed up) however to the extent I comprehended it doesn't work with the Edirol?
System 7 (May 1991) / Music on the Macintosh (1992 article)
« Last post by chrisNova777 on February 11, 2021, 10:16:39 PM »
Newer, cheaper models have brought the Apple Macintosh within the reach of an increasing number of musicians. Tim Tully presents an overview of hardware and software products for the computer that pioneered the Graphical User Interface.
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