I’m quite a newbie (i’m studying to become a producer) and installing Cubase for the first time and I’d like to do it the right way.
I purchased CB 9.5 Pro EDU, but i’m in the grace period so I will be installing Cubase 10 Pro.
Now my question is:
I have 3 disks in my computer:
A) SSD (250 gb) with OS/Programs on it (60 Gb left)
B) SSD (500 gb) still empty (500 Gb left)
C) normal HD (1 Tb) with 500 Gb left (for my projects etc.)
Should I install Cubase with all of its components (grooveagent, halion, etc. etc., around 21 Gb I think) on A or B?
Or should I install Cubase on A (OS SSD) and all the other components on B? But then the question rises: will Cubase react normally having Cubase on A and all the other components on a other disk (in this situation: SSD B)? Cause it’s not the standard setting…
I’m planning to install lots of VSTi’s. If I plan to put Cubase and all of its components on A, i remember there will be a VST folder on SSD A as well… Is this the only VST folder which Cubase ‘sees’? Or can I add another VST folder with all my VSTi’s (on B)?
I hope this makes sense to anyone.
In short: should I install all of Cubase on SSD A (with OS but limited space left), or just go to SSD B and install all of Cubase and all of my VSTi’s etc. there?
Thanks a lot!!