I was called into an elementary school to mic a bunch of budding actors for their school musical. I went in a few weeks ahead of time to see what they had to work with. Quite some time ago, their entire sound system was renovated and upgraded to what seems to be a very versatile system wired around a "RANE RPM 88 Programmable Multiprocessor." Unfortunately, anyone familiar with the upgrade has been long gone, and the current personnel haven't a clue as to how it is wired, programmed, or used!!! I figured out the basics, but still have no idea how the mulitprocessor is configured. I do know that there are some EQ and compression items involved that I wish weren't there for the show. I went to the RANE site online and found the manual and its "DragNet" software "QuickStart manual, but when I went to try to download the actual software, I got a message, "No longer supported." I called the company and spoke with someone who confirmed that they had stopped support of the software the week before!!! I explained my situation and asked if they had an archive copy that they could supply, but got a very terse "no" response. I called back the next day and spoke with someone else who gave me the same answer. (I find it hard to believe that they wouldn't save an archive copy for future reference...) I finished the job by completely bypassing the unit to achieve the control and sound that I required to do the job, but the school still wants to be able to understand and control the system's options. I've been asking around to friends working with other sound companies to see if they have a copy of this "DragNet" software designed to program the RANE RPM 88 Multiprocessor, but to no avail. So I am now opening up my search here to see if someone might be able to help me land a copy of the software to further investigate the school's system, since they don't have any budget to re-do their system again.... Thanks in advance for an leads you might be able to supply.