This is my first post and so I hope you will indulge any mistakes I might make.
I used to use Cubase Atari in the 90s when floppy disks were in use, and I created a library of work that ended up in storage.
I have since tried to explore the possibility of reviving my work, and it turns out that the floppy disks still hold all the data.
I installed an Atari Emulator called Steem on my XP PC and I was able to install Atari Cubase version 2 on it, through which I was able to load disk images created using ST Recover.
I got that far, and now I want to convert those Cubase .arr arrangements using an early ‘Windows’ version of Cubase. The only problem is that I am not sure which versions I can use, and also I have read that some early Windows Cubase versions will import the .arr files, but then nothing appears in the main window once the import process is finished.
Any insights or ideas any of you might have would be greatly appreciated, as I am a bit stuck.
I will save up and buy any versions of Cubase that will allow me to complete this conversion process successfully, but I don’t want to waste money on the wrong versions.
Thanks very much for reading.