old cubase user atari

Discussion in 'alt.steinberg.cubase' started by CharlieC, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. CharlieC

    CharlieC Guest

    hi iam an older cubase user , i got a bunch of songs to work on any
    body interested in doing all original song trade , or working on midi
    stuff together?

    CharlieC, Oct 12, 2010
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    Cyberserf Guest


    If you're looking for music collaboration, there are some sites that
    specialize in it such as www.kompoz.com
    Give 'em a try.

    Cyberserf, Oct 16, 2010
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  3. CharlieC

    CharlieC Guest

    thanks for suggestion, any other links you can think of?

    i had planned to do co-opperative "teamwork" with other cubase/midi
    user but i'll give this site a try .

    i found alot of expired out of date links when i browsed the internet
    for this type of

    any contribution or input welcome


    CharlieC, Oct 17, 2010
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    Paulo Gomes Guest

    Paulo Gomes, Oct 18, 2010
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    Danny T Guest

    I lost 100's of songs when my atari was buried. There was no
    replacement and no way to convert anything.

    If I were you, I'd pony up and get a modern computer to transfer
    everything to while you can. Losing all of your tunes is a fate no one
    should go through......

    sorry to be a downer but losing your tunes is worse. Look into it if
    you can.
    Danny T, Nov 19, 2010
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    Claus Rogge Guest

    SX3 was said to be able to import older files - never tried it myself
    though. Maybe if you know someone who has SX3 installed you could
    convert them to newer formats.

    I lost hundreds of songs too but mine were mostly notation. All the
    layout would be lost anyway so I never bothered.

    Loved my Falcon! Used it for everything even for internet surfing until
    2000 when someone gave me a Mac ...
    Claus Rogge, Nov 20, 2010
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    Danny T Guest

    you have to update the files in steps. From Atari, I don't have a clue
    but if you have a running atari, you can sync it up to another mac or
    pc and just push play with a recorder going on the other end. If you
    are strictly midi you'll catch everything. If there are audio tracks,
    you could always to the one off at a time thing. As painful as that
    would be, it would beat not having the tracks.
    Danny T, Nov 20, 2010
  8. CharlieC

    CharlieC Guest

    sorry bunch , you're ignorant to the fact i want to make music with
    other people.

    i never mentioned having troubles porting my work from platform to

    i have many times taken a song from my atari and used in the pc or
    have a song on the pc and then used in my atari

    this thread is about combinded efforts to make a song , midi/all/arr /

    not about preserving songs from the atari era

    CharlieC, Nov 21, 2010
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    Danny T Guest

    Then kiss my ass
    Danny T, Nov 21, 2010
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    Claus Rogge Guest

    No of course not. We just kind of got carried away ... thinking of the
    olden days ... Ah the sound of the floppy disc speeding up! - Oops now I
    got carried away again ;)
    Claus Rogge, Nov 21, 2010
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    Danny T Guest

    Why chat with someone that doesn't like you for trying to help out...

    I actually got more work done with my atari then I ever did later with
    my mac. I had the original SMPTE track software before it even synced
    up. I bought it and the tascam 388 and when they did sync up, it was
    awesome. These days there are too many distractions and toys.
    Danny T, Nov 22, 2010
  12. CharlieC

    CharlieC Guest

    i sympathize with you ,
    i do not chat(blather, whatever this noise was) ,
    i like pinnacle studies, nor do i attach emotion with my posts

    i have never mentioned not liking?????????????????

    so if you got more work done on atari thats good .
    do i draw conclusion about you now?

    ->>>>>>--->back to the topic i started

    i got a bunch of songs to work on.

    anybody interested in doing all original song trade ,
    working on midi stuff together?

    i tryed a post at musiciancollabaration
    no reply yet


    is unreachable by server or a non existing site

    CharlieC, Nov 25, 2010
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