[Ardour-Users] Fwd: Opening a very old session (Ardour 2.?) fails with Ardour 6

Michael Kuhlmann rua.kuhlmann at t-online.de
Sat Jun 26 22:43:30 PDT 2021

In addition to what Ralf has written: A very useful old Linux 
distribution with a pre-installed Ardour 2.8 was/is TangoStudio 2.2, 
based on Debian 7, which can be easily installed even today in 32 and 64 
bit versions:


On my machines it has always been a very reliable and fast audio 
distribution. It even runs on a Pentium III 650 Mhz with 784 MB RAM 
where I use it as a kind of emergency system, with a manually installed 
Ardour 5.12. Unfortunately TangoStudio isn't kept up to date any more.


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Betreff: 	Re: [Ardour-Users] Opening a very old session (Ardour 2.?) 
fails with Ardour 6
Datum: 	Sat, 26 Jun 2021 22:09:21 +0200
Von: 	Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>
An: 	ardour-users at lists.ardour.org


I don't know, but by one way or another the session isn't lost. In case
of emergency it should be possible to install an old Linux with the
needed version of Ardour, running on almost all old or new PCs. Since no
plugins are used, this shouldn't be hard to achieve.


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