Until now, I’ve always assumed that If I’ve updated Cubase Pro to the latest version everything inside Cubase is updated accordingly. I recently updated Cubase Pro 9.5 to the latest version, 9.5.20. (Successfully, no issues. It, and my UR824, get along just fine.)
This may be the dumbest question of the week, but I have to ask it.
Do I also have to manually update Groove Agent SE and Retrologue, or are their updates/fixes already included in the Cubase Pro 9.5.20 update?
The announcement of March 8th seems to imply that they exist as separate entities:
The reason I ask is that neither Groove Agent nor Retrologue show up in the Steinberg Download Assistant application on my Mac. Only Cubase 9.5 does. Nor do they seem to exist as separate applications with their own “version” numbers anywhere I can see. (I have no idea how to tell what version number each individual tool inside Cubase has. I shouldn’t have to care if Cubase manages them all.)
Thanks for any clarification you can provide on The Question!