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Hello all. Like some of you, I have a backlog of old .wrk files that I created when I used to be a PC person. I have used a MAC OS for years. I now need to access those .wrk files and convert them into midi files so I can open them in Logic (or some other program) on my Mac. It seems my options might be: -Install Parallel Desktop or Crossover Mac, and then install the BandLab version of Cakewalk... and cross my fingers that it might work. -Find a fellow musician who can convert said files for me (for which I could offer some compensation). That's part one. Part two is: If I (or someone) is successful at converting these old (multi-track) .wrk files, when I open them in a new program, will I have access to all the individual tracks? Or will it just convert the project into one midi file from which I will be unable to isolate the tracks? Even if the only thing I can do is convert the tracks and actually be able to hear them again, I could try to build them again from the ground up. I'd greatly appreciate response from anyone familiar with this issue. Thank you! 😀
I know Cakewalk is a Windows pearl. But I’ve switched to Mac with it’s stable audio engine and some other great stuff. I remember there was a Sonar Mac beta to use it on Mac. And now we have BandLab that is also avaliable for iOS users. So, it would be great to do so.