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DAW - Digital Performer by MOTU / Re: Unisyn 1.5
« Last post by Syntho on Today at 11:42:18 AM »
It was actually on an MDD or two running 9.2.2. The Freemidi version was most likely the latest one, but I probably also used older versions just to test. 1.38 to 1.43 is what I used.

What I remember is that you MUST have a SCSI hard drive in your computer for it to work, if it is a computer that originally ran on a SCSI HD. It needs it for the HD authorization, REGARDLESS if the authorization is on the SCSI HD or not. I know that sounds weird, but that's the way it was. However my MDD didn't have that problem.

I remember trying to authorize it, then the authorization crashed, then I tried a few more times, and perhaps used some other authorization, and somehow it just started working. I gave up on FreeMidi relate products altogether for other reasons though.
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And finally if you really can't get it to work like that, and you prefer using Finder, you can do this which is simpler, but requires a few more reboots than the other method.

1. Start up from recovery partition (hold cmd+r as computer starts up)
2. Open terminal from utilities menu
3. Enter in to terminal
Code: [Select]
csrutil disable4. Restart back off your regular drive
5. Open Finder and Navigate to /System/Library/Frameworks/
    either using Cmd+Shift+G, or manually going there
6. Rename the current "ScreenSaver.framework" in the folder (Frameworks) to "ScreenSaver10.13.framework"
7. Place "ScreenSaver.framework", unzipped from http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4407.0;attach=5221 into the folder you have open in Finder (Frameworks)
8. Repeat steps 1 and 2.
9. Enter into terminal
Code: [Select]
csrutil enable10. Reboot


Just tried this actually because I needed to use Timbuktu, and still working in 10.13.6. (remember every time you update you OS you're going to have to repeat all this again)
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Ok thank you. I'll give it a try  :)
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You could try mounting the drive using disk utility, or try "diskutil list" look for Macintosh HD and then type
diskutil mount /dev/disk0s2

changing disk0s2 with the identifier for Macintosh HD

then you should be able to access it.

In terminal you are probably seeing
bash-3.2#

that is just the user you are logged into, which is the root user, (do whoami)
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As soon I am in terminal (from recovery mode) I encounter a problem. I can't access my drive, or at least don't know how. When terminal is launched, first thing that come of is bash"something" (i don't remember exactly what is written).
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I was interested for a short while, but choose a Creamware Scope card instead.
Best buy ever, still in daily use for > 15 years.


Can you please upload the latest Scope software compatible with Mac Os 9?
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iirc there was a special Logic version supporting this card, basically one of Yamaha's mixers on a PCI card (without the analog control elements of course)
I was interested for a short while, but choose a Creamware Scope card instead.
Best buy ever, still in daily use for > 15 years.

Considering current prices for Digidesign TDM gear I wouldn't bother too much, but back in the days it was useful for shure. No cheapo either...

Regular logic has a setting for DS2416 so i don't think there was a special version, though it will be some time before i get my cards to test it out.
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Steinberg / Re: Help installing Steinberg VST instruments
« Last post by paule on July 20, 2018, 02:08:49 AM »
Hi all,
as far as I remember, it took me also a while to install "THE GRAND". Via OS9 it doesn't work because the CDs (as written here) are not recognized when burnt.
It did a trick for me: I have OS 10.3.9 on the same partition and I recognized that OS X sees the TheGrand-CD. I just started my system with OS X and OS9 inside with classic mode. Because OS X saw the CD, I started it there and installed "TheGrand" in the Classic (OS9) VST folder. This trick did it for me.

Best, paule.
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Steinberg / Re: Help installing Steinberg VST instruments
« Last post by GaryN on July 19, 2018, 10:29:17 PM »
I was able to make a burnable CD image of Emagic SoundDiver 3 which passes the CD copy protection check that I could share, although it has to be burned with Alcohol 120 on Windows.  I'll see what it takes with The Grand.

Aloha
FYI: We have a working image of Soundiver 3 including upgrades that works. The CD image suffices for the periodic "CD is present" check. I think everything is there but if you can check the contents against your CD for anything missing that would be great.
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I have no idea if this is the right place?

You're in the right place now DevEd!! ;D ;D
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