I hope you got the CD with it or the authorization will expire after a while.
A work round is to use a mac OS10.3 or similar and find a Logic7 dongle and the Beta version 3.1 I think it was that was a freebie for a while. This one doesn't need re-authorizing.
If you save the new patches to the instrument in question, close SoundDiver and then do a sysex dump to another program like cakewalk or similar, you can still use the programs you create. I use a uno interface that works great on anything that has usb if you trawl for the correct driver,
I still use SoundDiver 3.0 most days and have a varied collection.
The DX7 is a can of worms though, I must have thousands that only serve to confuse.
It seems the longer an instrument exists the more nonsense is generated.
Good luck with your Diving.
--- On Sat, 17/11/12, auximenies99 <Auximenies@...> wrote:
From: auximenies99 <Auximenies@...>
Subject: [SoundDiver] New Guy
Date: Saturday, 17 November, 2012, 12:04
New guy here, recently picked up an old pentium 2 from a musicians garage sale and as luck would have it!!!! Sounddiver 3! I've been hanging out for the cash to pick up midiquestXL but 99% of the reviews haven't been great so I think I lucked out.
I'm only just starting to get my feet wet tonight I plugged up my faithful DX7 and just clicked about a little. This is going to take some time and reading to get the full benefits, I'm hoping I can also repay the karma and make instrument files of some of my other equipment to try to boost everyones library! (Unless there is a super library I'm missing out on!!)
Hopefully there are still users of this group, and I look forwards to sharing and learning!
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