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Cakewalk History - Contributors needed!

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Hey folks! As some of you may be aware, I have been making some Cakewalk tutorial videos for YouTube recently. As an aside I have working on a video chronicling the history of Cakewalk, from its inception in 1987, until its latest incarnation as CbB.

I am gradually piecing together a time line of releases, but am lacking in some eye candy for the video! It would be greatly appreciated if any of you could help at all.

I am particularly looking for:
 

* Any disk images of early DOS versions (the earliest I have is V4 running in my virtual machine)
* Any scans or photos of disk covers and associated paperwork.
* Any scans of posters or adverts/magazine articles about the product.
* Any fond memories!

I know this is a huge ask, but if anyone could help, it would be great for the community to learn the full history of this awesome DAW.

You can email me at creative.sauce.tube@gmail.com

Thank you!

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2 hours ago, MusicMan11712 (aka Dr. Steve) said:

Have you checked the WayBackMachine at archive.org?

Good idea - though there would be a chunk of stuff predating the world wide web, which if memory serves, was birthed in 1993.

Use the following terms in a Google search, then click on the link it comes back with for Images, and you will see lots of pictures going all the way back: 

             images: twelve tone systems cakewalk

Bob Bone

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