Yeah my "Digital Orchestrator" system requirements are "Windows 3.1, 95 or NT" and a "486 DX2/66 or higher," so 16-bit is probable. As most of my windows computers are aged, I'm sure that will work nicely if I ever want to use windows. I do have some w10 machines, however I think, they should still be capable of lowering the resolution enough.Spikey wrote: ↑Tue Feb 09, 2021 7:57 pmJaffa, Digital Orchestrator Pro is what I used to use. It's 16-bit though I think. If it does work 32-bit, it is scaled for old resolution screens and shows up too small. Record Producer fixes this, it's 90% the same as DOP with a new skin and a few new useful features.
Nevertheless, I'll keep an eye out for Record Producer. That's probably much trickier to install, though sadly, since my early reading on it mentioned that it performs online activation with now-defunct servers.