Actually, there is a separate Ivory standalone application for Macs. It is not Cantabile and doesn't have the same features as Cantabile. There are no recording options, no MIDI filtering, etc. in the Mac standalone application.
Thanks for straightening that out. I really didn't mean to deceive anyone. I bought Ivory II without caring what host it provided to run on. I realized it can run on any host.
I mean if you have a MIDI file on your computer, will it render it into an audio file.
I really don't know. Haven't gotten that far into it yet. Not even sure it will load other plugins. From what I have experienced. This is much closer to if not a light version. Not even sure it will load other plugins. The Ivory manual just refers to the Cantabile manual. That is for all versions.
I also confess. I have a problem worrying about anything on this ms computer. Don't get deep into anything on it. Too many years of vaporwear with ms. Mac, when I get a new one, is a different story. I'm also learning a ton right now. In music. Also in exercise. I gotta have the most highly detailed, explanitory, understanding, exercise system in the world for laymen. So I'm learning a ton. Getting overloaded here. Trying to have fun.
Maybe Macy can help you pin down just how close to whatever version this is?
I really didn't intend to deceive anyone. If I were running this on Mac. I'd have the heart to learn it deep and remember. Hopefully soon.