Marakatti wrote:Papyrus Gold, easily the best DP there is
Mark_II wrote:Steinberg Synthworks M1.
You don't find any Synth-Librarian and Editor on PC or Mac with such quality.
It was so intuitive that you almost got the feeling you were sitting inside the Synth because you got total control AND overview at the same time.
By the way, I am DESPERATELY searching for a cracked copy of this Synthworks M1. I bought the program with dongle and all and worked for years on my libraries. But now my atari is dying and I need access to my libraries via STEEM on a PC. But I can't connect the damn Dongle to the PC... !
Mark_II wrote:Another thing is: It would be possible to authorize my Atari-Harddisk with the last version from Steinberg, if I only once connected the Dongle, and then it would be possible to run it without dongle.
But I did not find a way to transfer a Image of the authorized Harddisk to the PC and use it in STEEM. Maybe it would be sufficient, if it was possible to load only the Bootsector into STEEM as it is possible with Cart-Images.
Steem itself does not support Harddisk-Images, as far as I saw.
I found in this Forum the tool Pasti which looks as it could mount HD-Images to Steem, but then again:
The PASTI.PRG allows only creating images of floppy A or B. I did not find a possibility to create a Pasti-Image of the HD on the Atari.
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Dear Synthworks user,
This new version of Synthworks is compatible with Falcon computers with a
68030 processor, as well as with other Atari computers running at 16Mhz
-- an hard-disk being required in that last case. It is of course also
compatible with any other Atari running at 8Mhz.
This version will ease your life *if* you have an Hard-disk and you use
several programs with a key. As a matter of fact, you can install
the program on your Hard-disk and then forget about the key for the
next times. In other words, once installed, you could use several
Synthworks WITHOUT any key plugged into your computer.
To install Synthworks, just run it once WITH the key plugged in. If
you have a 16Mhz Atari ST(e), then set it to 8Mhz mode *before* (only
the first time, later you can have it in 16Mhz mode).
This is all, the next time you run Synthworks, you don't need the key
HOWEVER... Keep your key with you! As a matter of fact, if a change
is done to your configuration (e.g. you move Synthworks on your disk,
you get a new version, you add another hard-disk, etc...), then
Synthworks will request you the key again. So it is *very* important
that you keep your key, else someday you will not be able to use
Keep in mind that a key -- if you have no MIDEX -- has to be plugged in
*only* when the computer is switched off.
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