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Need a way to manage all of my better song sequences

 
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Mr_SamDoogie
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2022 11:39 pm    Post subject: Need a way to manage all of my better song sequences Reply with quote

Hello there.

I've picked up the Microstation again and started making music on it
but before that, I've listened to my old song files (one by one) I like so
many of them but they're scattered as single song files but I have
several files that contain more then one song , I want the single ones
merge with the multiple song files is there a smart way to do that.

[Edit] Don't mind I found out how I can just write down all file numbers
and load them all one by one from a single file , The microstation file system
lets the file load into a new song number inside multiple files.

(But I might want to know if these song files are compatible if I'll get a Kross or Krome or Kronos or Nautilus. )
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