(The bottom 2 of which are the only two paths listed in my VST2.x Plug-in Paths in Cubase AI6. And I don’t see Reverence listed in my plugins list in the Plugin Information dialog or when I look at my plugins to add an insert and send.
It’s not a big deal, because it’s not blocking, but my son will find it annoying…
I am absolutely certain that if I plug in my dongle with all of my licenses into my son’s computer it will work swimmingly and I will get no error stating that a license is missing. And I am absolutely certain that it’s something from the Cubase 5 install that is causing the license error, since Reverence is included with Cubase 5 but not AI6. So I’m certain you’re right on both counts.
But what I don’t get is… where’s the Reverence VST3 or VST2 DLL that’s being loaded? It’s not in any of the locations I’m looking for it in… If i can find it… I can just delete it and the error will go away.
My goal is not to give my son Reverence, but to make Cubase boot or projects load without an error.
Well… I thought it would be risky to remove Cubase 5 altogether which is why I was asking for a targeted solutiom, but I got impatient and just went ahead and uninstalled C5 and AI6 still works perfectly… but without the error. So problem solved.
IMO—I would have used Cubase 5 over A1 6
and just bought another Dongle for Cubase 5.
I’ve read about people buying extra Dongles from Steinberg for two or more computers
on these forums. Just an Idea. I don’t think there very expensive.
Well my license is for Cubase 6 (soon to be Cubase 6.5 when I get the time to upgrade).
But if a person could buy the full version of Cubase 5, 6, or 6.5 and then get multiple dongles authorized for the price of the dongle, wouldn’t that be… a huge loop hole?
If you can point me to any threads where people can buy one single copy of Cubase and then get the license on 2 or more dongles, please let me know. I can easily install the full version on my son’s computer, but given how powerful even AI6 is (and the fact that I have several free AI licenses due to my Steinberg Hardware purchases for use in my studio), I wouldn’t spend another $400 for a full license of C6 for him. And I was certain that one purchase = one license = one dongle. I would be very happy to be proven wrong