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  1. Well, crap.
    I had a bunch of stuff sequenced for a megaWAD that I was trying to release by the end of the year. Unfortunately, the machine I was sequencing on is now toast. I was listening to the songs in MPC and heard some issues that weren't evident before.

    I'm not sure if using a different piece of software will be constructive; using 64-bit Windows, my options are pretty much limited to Anvil Studio. My main program, Cakewalk 6, doesn't work in 64-bit. Would anyone be able to give my music a once-over to make sure it'll convert well to MUS?

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    2. exp(x)

      exp(x)

      Does it not work in a virtual machine with a 32-bit version of Windows installed?

    3. Bloodshedder

      Bloodshedder

      exp(x) said:

      Does it not work in a virtual machine with a 32-bit version of Windows installed?

      This question just makes me wonder how poorly MIDI is supported in various virtualization applications.

    4. Fredrik

      Fredrik

      Ha, I'm in a similar situation. Well, not the part about losing files, but I use a decades-old version of Cakewalk that only works on 32-bit Windows XP or older. And no, it does not work in VirtualBox with Windows 7 or Ubuntu as a host -- the program runs, but MIDI playback is completely dysfunctional (or at least was the last time I tried).

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