I may have made a mistake yesterday in buying Immerse, not realizing that Cubase Elements does not have Control Room. I wish Steinberg had made it clear in the description, but nevertheless, I did what I did. It looks as though I can pull up the standalone version, but can’t use it as a plug-in in Cubase, or Wavelab Elements for that matter.
Is there a way to salvage the situation here?
Thanks in advance!
You could try contacting sales support and ask for a refund.
Thanks so much for the responses! I think I’ll contact sales support, and if that doesn’t work, I’ll try to figure out if using it as a standalone is useful, although I doubt it. I can’t justify upgrading to Cubase Pro or Wavelab Pro just for this plug-in. Elements works just fine for my needs.
Quick update - I got in touch with Steinberg sales support, and they gave me a refund. They did it without a problem, and confirmed that Immerse will only work with Cubase Pro.
Thanks for the suggestion!
Hi @SriniP ,
Don’t know if this is of any use to you. I have Demoed it in Cubase Elements 11, and it works. There are YouTube videos on Dolby Atmos Composer.
Thanks so much for the response. Steinberg has already given me a refund, though, which I think was very nice of them. The sales support told me that I did, in fact, need the Pro version and that there was no way around it. I checked out the link you sent, and found nothing about Immerse in it. I must be missing something.
Just out of curiosity, how did you get the plugin to work without Control Room?
Sorry for the mis-understanding.
I meant that Dolby Atmos Composer works in Cubase Elements, not Immerse.
Dolby Atmos Composer, should be similar to Immerse, when using Headphones.
Ahhh…understood. I know nothing about Atmos Composer, and if it is similar in functionality to Immerse, I should definitely check it out.