(the next paragraph is backstory, skip to the question at the end unless you're bored) In 1996, I was a kid, a family friend gave me a demo version of Generator 1.2. I was hooked, and eventually (I called them begging for a reduced price) I bought the full version of Generator 1.5, which came on four 3.5'' disks (see profile pic). This included some DRM scheme that could only be activated twice. Around 1999 I formatted my PC without correctly deactivating that DRM, and a bit later the HDD broke, making it impossible to reactivate the license. I tried calling the NI service, but the only solution they could offer was: buy the new Generator/Reaktor.. I didn't. By coincidence, I recently found some old backup CDs that contain sounds/music I made in Generator, as well as the .ens files. Nostalgia, combined with the recent sale, led me to I buy it again. Now R6, which is of course awesome, can't read those .ens files from the 1990s. I saw in other posts that even pre-R5 files aren't compatible. However, once in a while old Reaktor versions are listed on ebay or music forums, so I'm interested to know: - Are there any versions of Reaktor that can import old .ens files from Generator 1.5? (given that I can't even activate my Generator 1.5 license anymore) - Is there any other way, maybe a tool that can batch-convert those very old ensemble files to newer ones?