I am using midi guitar converters as Fishman Triple Play or Midi Guitar 2, and using Steinberg extensions I bought (Groove Agent5, Halion 6) from these App as VSTs.
All this runs on a dedicated computer and this computer is connected to an USB hub where the USB e-licenser is plugged.
All the audio output of these midi apps is directed to an USB output device sending its audio to a mix table.
But now I need to record with my Cubase 10.5 Pro, and to do it, I installed Cubase on a second computer, dedicated to recording in order to avoid the load of the 'midi guitar softwares.
But here, there is a problem with my e-licenser, it is already required by the ‘midi’ computer and I can’t run Cubase.
I am using all my software on a single computer but with 2 instances, each using different software, it seems to be compatible with the license agreement ?
I don’t need to use Cubase on the 2 computers, only the recording one.
It seems that the only solution is to invest 20€ in another USB e-licencer and then move Halion and Groove Agent to this new e-licenser.
Buying another Halion and Groove Agent 5 license could be avoided because I don’t need them when registering so I can run pure Cubase with its SE versions.
The VST waltz
One last question : what if I connect the 2 USB e-licenser on the same computer ? Are we limited to one USB e-licenser by computer ?