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Opcode Musicshop v2.0.1

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Musicshop-201.sit (5.23 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Here's Opcode's Musicshop v2.0.1! It's the successor to EZ Vision with 32 midi tracks (instead of 16) and a Notation editor added. It's Midi only and comes with OMS 2.3.1 (Control Panel & Extension). Serial number included. Have Fun!

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Installs as (FAT) 68k & PPC Macintosh native.

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soulriser's picture
by soulriser - 2019, July 29 - 6:38pm

@MikeTomTom - thank you!! My first install attempt actually corrupted the system disk (doing this all virtually, of course, so had a backup) but on second attempt I turned off extensions and it all installed perfectly and I'm now able to run my old Musicshop files and export them to MIDI. I'm running OS9 via SheepShaver. Thanks again!

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, July 29 - 1:24am

I can't get past the first install disk.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The DL #1 above, as is, is useless as an install set.

I guess the uploader of this file thought he was doing others a favor by including all of the install parts into a single folder for easy installation. This unfortunately, simply will not work for this particular install set.

It requires installation from 4 floppy disks - or at least, 4 floppy disk images, mounted on a classic Mac OS desktop, using Disk Copy 6.x or similar floppy disk mounting utilities, to mount these disk images.

I've archived the required 4 disks as Disk Copy 4.2 floppy images and will upload them to this page shortly.
These will require installing from a classic Mac OS system. Once extracted from the StuffIt archive, just drag the 4 enclosed ".image" files onto a Disk Copy 6 icon and let them all mount onto your desktop. Run the installer enclosed in the 1st install Disk 1 of 4 - which mounts onto the desktop as "Musicshop 2.0.1 Disk 1 of 4".

[Edit] - Uploaded and replaced the broken install set with a good copy.

systemseven's picture
by systemseven - 2019, July 28 - 10:31pm

what kind of files are you trying to convert to .midi?

soulriser's picture
by soulriser - 2019, July 28 - 9:41pm

Hi. Would love to use MusicShop to convert some old files to midi. However this archive contains the install disks as install.2, .3 and .4 -- what format are those? Are they images of some kind? I can't get past the first install disk. Can anyone help? Thanks.

macanalista's picture
by macanalista - 2016, April 2 - 11:46pm

Link is workin lately

dr bu's picture
by dr bu - 2013, October 24 - 12:59pm

dead link