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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Mounting G4 horizontally
« Last post by GaryN on Today at 04:51:42 PM »
I think I would refer to them as "Small Plastic Thing-a-majig nubs" that are molded along the edges of the upper most ring of the tray when it is in a horizontal position. Most have 4 "nubs" and I only point this out so that we can use the proper terminology in the future...lamo
I knew we could count on you for the proper terminology. That must be why you're the adminů
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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Mounting G4 horizontally
« Last post by DieHard on Today at 12:55:15 PM »
I have plenty of cheap sets of Marathon Racks for those who want to rackmount :)
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I suppose the actual problem may just be down to the age of the files. I'm thinking that these were probably some of the first files i ever burnt to cd. Perhaps this is where an issue with cd authoring has affected the files.
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Thanks for your efforts here, it's really interesting.
One thought i have had today, and it's a long shot, is that at some point during the 90's i may have borrowed a friends Atari ST / Cubase. Could this be why these files are possibly not working? Would there be any data in the hex file to point to what type of computer it was on?

Thanks.
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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Mounting G4 horizontally
« Last post by IIO on Today at 10:29:41 AM »
there are 19" mount steel brackets for those apple towers, but they go for USD 250+ on ebay, which is more than the original price was and two times more than what the computer costs.


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Possibly corrupted?
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The highlighted text, shows that is a Cubase (stCU) Song File (scSG).
But even with the proper file type and creator I couldn't open it with any old version of Cubase I have, Including 2.5, 3.5 and 5.0.

This is really odd... :o
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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Mounting G4 horizontally
« Last post by nanopico on Today at 08:54:59 AM »
I've only ever seen the ones that swing out to hold discs in place, or is that what we are talking about?
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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Mounting G4 horizontally
« Last post by DieHard on Today at 08:15:05 AM »
from Gary
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It's more like the tray has slightly raised pockets around the rim of the disk drawer that keep the disc from sliding around too much once it's placed in the center when the tray is in motion.

I don't know if I would call it "slightly raised pockets" , but I think I would refer to them as "Small Plastic Thing-a-majig nubs" that are molded along the edges of the upper most ring of the tray when it is in a horizontal position. Most have 4 "nubs" and I only point this out so that we can use the proper terminology in the future...lamo
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DAW - Cubase/Nuendo by Steinberg / Re: Help with Cubase song files from 1994-96
« Last post by silicon1138 on October 22, 2017, 11:18:22 PM »
And here a re the first two lines of code

ABCD0054 0000839C 00002237 0000011E 00000118 08082A00 AB354AB8 AB352FDF 73635347 73744355
0100FFFF FFFF0000 8117A43E 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
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