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Sonic Foundry Acid Pro 5.0
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Sonic Foundry Acid Pro 5.0

Loop Sequencer from Sonic Foundry belonging to the Acid Pro series.

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Ea95 Ea95
Publié le 01/27/07 à 09:43
I would like information about this software (I know it's not the topic I made a request but I'd put the odds on my side). I have version 4.0 of the software, a few days ago I received a notification like what I needed a plub-in to continue using it, the site of the problem software is not available. So I wanted to know if a newer version than 4.0 (the 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) it was possible to recover my files acid. For example by creating a shortcut to a file with the acid 4.0 and right clik to open it with the new version (still 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) and to be able to use my file Acid4.0.
thank you in advance for the answer. : D

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I would like information about this software (I know it's not the topic I made a request but I'd put the odds on my side). I have version 4.0 of the software, a few days ago I received a notification like what I needed a plub-in to continue using it, the site of the problem software is not available. So I wanted to know if a newer version than 4.0 (the 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) it was possible to recover my files acid. For example by creating a shortcut to a file with the acid 4.0 and right clik to open it with the new version (still 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) and to be able to use my file Acid4.0.
thank you in advance for the answer. : D

OVERALL OPINION

I would like information about this software (I know it's not the topic I made a request but I'd put the odds on my side). I have version 4.0 of the software, a few days ago I received a notification like what I needed a plub-in to continue using it, the site of the problem software is not available. So I wanted to know if a newer version than 4.0 (the 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) it was possible to recover my files acid. For example by creating a shortcut to a file with the acid 4.0 and right clik to open it with the new version (still 5.0 or 6.0 whatever) and to be able to use my file Acid4.0.
thank you in advance for the answer. : D
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