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Nate Whittaker



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How to open "Mogg" Multitrack Files
      #1065606 - 09/09/13 12:41 PM
I was wondering if anyone knows of any application that will read/open a "Mogg." multitrack file so it can be bounced as audio format? (FOR: Apple Mac)

EXCEPT (Audacity). Audacity will not install on my Mac. I have too many plug-ins of Waves & it won't install. So, if anyone please knows of any application for Mac OSX. I'm running on "10.8.4".

Now, when I say "Mogg.".. I mean Mogg. Not "Moog" as in the synthesizer or "Ogg." files!!!

Thank you

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Edited by Nate Whittaker (09/09/13 12:44 PM)


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Richie Royale



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Re: How to open "Mogg" Multitrack Files new [Re: Nate Whittaker]
      #1065612 - 09/09/13 01:15 PM
The net seems to point toward Audacity only.

I presume the error you are encountering when you try to install Audacity is that it searches the plug in folder when booting and eventually reaches one it doesn't like and crashes the boot?

I don't know if it is a work around, but maybe setting up a new profile on the Mac would stop it from searching your plug in folder on booting and you can extract the MOGG file there? Just a thought. Otherwise take all the plug ins out of the library to boot Audacity, but this will potentially cause some trouble (maybe, I'm only guessing).

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gobbledegook



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Re: How to open "Mogg" Multitrack Files new [Re: Nate Whittaker]
      #1067302 - 23/09/13 02:12 AM
Reaper....Reaper.......Reaper..and one last time.........REAPER!!!


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The Red Bladder



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Re: How to open "Mogg" Multitrack Files new [Re: Nate Whittaker]
      #1067316 - 23/09/13 08:50 AM
MOGG files are multitrack OGG files from Vobis and can be opened in Reaper.


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