Sorry as sure this has been raised already, i have read a couple of post about this topic but just want to be clear.
I have two PC’s I use, one a desktop and one a Laptop. I currently have studio 4 and am thinking of upgrading to either studio 5 or Cubase 5.
I would like to be able to retain the use of studio 4 (as i have projects open and I know this is stable for me) on my laptop.
As I read it the only way i would be able to do this is if i get studio 5. If I upgrade to Cubase 5 I will no longer be able to run the studio version of the software, as it is a different Family so to speak.
Is this correct?.
If so, a couple of questions:
Is this the same true if I upgrade to Cubase 4 (I can then no longer run the Studio version of the software)?.
If I first upgrade to studio 5 and then to the full version of cubase 5 (meaning I would have purchase both the studio and full versions of cubase 5) could I then run the studio version of the software?.
You will ask why I would need to but am just confused about how these licences work. As I say I would really like to retain my studio 4 version and upgrade to cubase 5, so in short is this possible.
Thanks for reading.