Anyone using Gieblerís software to convert SMF (*.mid) files to TS-10 sequences? I donít think Giebler is supporting their old DOS-based software any longer, because I cannot get any response from them. I have an old Dell laptop with internal floppy drive that was just sitting around gathering dust, so I set it up as a Win98SE machine with Gieblerís Ensoniq TS-10 software suite on it. You run the software from DOS/command prompt.
The EDM tool works fine to format disks and transfer sound patches, ASR samples, and other files to and from Ensoniq formatted disks. But when converting SMF to a TS-10 sequence, everything is getting merged into track 1. Yes, the SMF sequence files have 12 separate channels, each channel on itís own track. But after conversion, everything is mixed together on track 1.