How is this helpful?
It doesn’t answer my question.
It is arguably not reasonable or realistic to expect a person in 2018 to buy an old PPC Mac to perform a function that Steinberg
surely can offer a solution to. The whole point of the question is: There are session files which Mac users in 2018 are disadvantaged against reopening. How do we overcome this in a reasonable and practical manner, and to my thinking this means finding a solution which a 2018 Mac user can use personally without resorting to using a blinking PC. What the heck. If I wanted a PC I’d have bought one already.
No. No, it doesn’t.
Original post has been edited to reflect the actual spirit of the question:
How does a MAC user (NOT a PC user) in 2018 (ie in the age of INTEL MAC machine) open or convert previous Cubase files (.ARR etc).
… but by all means, feel free to keep trolling, if that seems to make you friends…
No matter if you like it or not - still the answer remains the same - for you minus the part with the PC then. Steinberg provide the Software, you need to get the Hardware to run it. This is the same for all - no matter if PC user or Mac user.
Now guess why - cause that´s the only one you will get…
I´m not here to make friends. I´ve got a real life.