I have a bunch of .sng files created on Pro24III in the late 80’s on an Atari ST. These are midi-only. I was able to extract these from the old ST diskettes using ST Recover (to recover the disk image) and FloImg (to recover the .sng files from the .ST images. Links…
I’d like to convert these to .cpr format to be able to load and use them into Cubase Elements 10 (which I have yet to buy) Some questions…
Apparently Cubase SX3.1 is available for download because it was the late version that could read .sng files to convert them to .cpr …is that correct?
If I buy Cubase 10 Elements, is that license good enough to also download + use SX3.1 for the files conversion?
Can I install the “XP mode virtual machine” on a Win10 laptop and run SX3.1 on that? Will the license work? (All I’m doing is loading .sng files and saving them as .cpr… no editing or whatever)
Will all the “parts” of the midi-only .sng files still be preserved in .cpr files? Thanks.