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  1. I just got a new computer and installed Pro X6 Suite right away. I then went and downloaded the files from Magix for my standalone "Pro" version of Independence. After installing, I initially could not load any instrument files. I uninstalled Independence 3.6 AND 3.5 and then reinstalled Pro (3.5). Now I was able to enter my licenses for the program and the instruments library. So, the key was uninstalling Independence 3.6 version that the Pro X6 Suite installs. Everything works now. Terry
  2. The version number is at the bottom of the preferences pages.
  3. I finally got my Independence 3.6 versions to work. by using the two links for 3.6 shared in this post which you will need both of. I first UNINSTALLED the Independence Pro PROGRAM (not the content files), restarted my computer to reload the registry, and then reinstalled the Independence Pro PROGRAM. So, first up was that I ran the 3.6 PROGRAM installer I got from that post. Following that, I ran the CONTENT installer from the version found in that post, leaving the old content in its original location (C:\Program Files (x86)\MAGIX\Independence Libraries\Independence Pro), and this time the installer offered an opportunity to "Upgrade to latest version?" which I did, and finally the "Cannot load file" message went away and Independence loaded its sounds automatically. Earlier, it had offered to repair the content, but that was not necessary this time. I hope someone can concur that this works. Terry
  4. I am frustrated with this as well. It used to work fine, for years! I cannot help but wonder if this is a version problem since Pro X6 installed the 3.6 version. (3.5 used to work.) I keep getting the message that it cannot load the fie when I manually attempt to load the library item. Like there is some incompatibility issue going on. Terry
  5. As you know, the distance from B to C is 13 half-steps. Universally it is known that "13" is an unlucky number, and so, as luck would have it, the A and A# got lopped off. That is the only reason I can imagine for it, but perhaps someone else has more information. Terry
  6. I totally agree. Their forum software is being overly cautions considering we need to have an account and login as it is. They could easily catch a bot in the logs and kick it out. Terry
  7. The little file, MAGIX Independence Pro Plus Suite, is the DLL. The big one is the library. Do you see this? INDEPENDENCE MAGIX Independence Pro Standard (Windows) | Download Version: Pro Standard for Windows | Filesize: 295 MB MAGIX Independence Pro Standard (Mac) | Download Version: Pro Standard for Mac | Filesize: 404 MB MAGIX Independence Pro Plus Suite (Windows) | Download Version: Pro Plus Suite for Windows | Filesize: 42.7 MB MAGIX Independence Pro Plus Suite (Mac) | Download Version: Pro Plus Suite for Mac | Filesize: 24.4 MB
  8. Is this the link you are using to log in for your user account? The old one was deprecated. https://www.magix.com/us/support/pro-audio-downloads/ Terry
  9. This underscores once again why I love working with Samplitude. This is a great feature - truly great. Terry
  10. The Independence mapping tools are very powerful, and work by drag and drop of the files. Read up on the mapping screens and see if it makes sense to you. Check back here with any questions that may arise - there are a few folks around here who have delved into that part of Independence. Terry
  11. Correct. That requires a separate license for Independence Pro to use it with other DAWs. Terry
  12. JayBob's warnings not to write anything at all to the original drive where the deleted files are is accurate. For background, when you delete a file, it is not actually erased yet - the first initial of the file name is changed to an underscore, and the file space is marked as writable, but it is not written over yet. If you attempt to recover to the same drive, the possibility exists that you will write over other deleted (or "marked as writable drive space") items that you will want to restore as well. Terry
  13. Well, Johnny, I'll forgive you for one. :-) Terry
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