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i could open the file yes but then what would you want me to do with it?
convert it to a normal midi file? i dont realy have experience with converting old files
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i have 1.4 installed on my performa but my studio is ripped apart atm

therse a guy on my facebook that converts files for people
his name is "Nick Dynice" do a search for him on facebook
https://www.facebook.com/ndynice

I forgot about this file for almost a year... Anyhow, I never heard back from that guy. Is your work station up that you could check it out for me?

It was originally created on a Macintosh on 1991-06-18.
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synths - late 90s / Re: Ensoniq ASR-X (1997) advanced sampler/resampler
« Last post by chrisNova777 on October 01, 2020, 03:57:34 PM »


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Recording Gear / Avalon VT-737 (1998) Vacuum Tube Direct Signal Path
« Last post by chrisNova777 on September 30, 2020, 09:29:47 PM »

https://www.barryrudolph.com/mix/avalon.html

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Avalon Design's newest addition to their high quality line of pre-amplifiers, equalizers and compressors is the VT-737 Vacuum Tube Direct Signal Path. The 737 is a self-contained and single-channel complete recording signal chain for processing any audio source regardless of its signal level or source impedance. When I think of all the individual pieces of equipment that I would collect and patch together to simply record a vocal, the VT-737 seems like a godsend indeed since it is a combination of microphone tube pre-amplifier, tube opto-compressor, discrete Class A transistor four-band equalizer with side-chain routing ability and tube line level balanced output stage.

http://www.avalondesign.com/review06.html
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Recording Gear / https://www.neutrik.com/en/product/nys-spp-l1
« Last post by chrisNova777 on September 30, 2020, 03:52:45 PM »
https://www.neutrik.com/en/product/nys-spp-l1


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NYS-SPP-L1
The NYS-SPP-L1 is a economical and remarkable sleek designed 1/4β€œ modular Patch Panel for 19β€œ rack mount (19β€œ x 1U) with a reinforced metal housing. Each of itβ€˜s 48 PCB wired balanced channels (24 front pairs and corresponding 24 rear pairs) can either be grounded separately or in groups of individually chooseable channel numbers.
The PCBs are held securely in place by being clamped between the front and the rear panel, this grants an easy reconfiguration of the Patch Panel without the danger of loosing any small parts (e.g. nuts). The grey jack serves as an easy and distinguishable normalling identification.



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modules can be swapped for insert support

https://www.neutrik.com/en/product/nys-spcr
NYS-SPCR
Module with switching contacts for NYS-SPP-L. Solution for insert jack of mixing consoles, Split print by-passes the use of a special wired Y-Cable

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