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Hi. Firstly hi to everyone.
I thought I had better try your site before heading into unknown waters. I have an old Atari 520st one of my first DAWs that I ran Cubase through.
Here is my question. I am wanting to load songs from floppy disc from an age ago when I used my Atari 520ST. My Atari Cubase program is long gone. Can this version (of Cubase) still be purchased to work on the Atari so I can access the old files, or can these be recovered if I use STeem and use a usb floppy disk drive. I run Windows 10 now with Cubase 9.5 And although I know I can't upload these old midi files to my latest Cubase program, is there any way I can use Steem to at least get the score on screen for me to input from sight if I make sense. I've never been a tech head and just wondered if this was possible.
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Seems possible. Is there a Cubase out there that works? Does that Cubase export MIDI files?
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