I recently purchased Cubase Artist 11 online and the E-Licenser Key shipped. I just installed everything today on Windows 10.
So here’s the thing, everything installed properly, but for years I have used Nuendo 4 for recording. I’ve probably used it for 10 years now. Since all of my existing music projects are in N4, I tried to open it up and I could not, something to do with the E-Licenser. I unplugged the E-Licenser, restarted, etc., and still unable to open my old version of Nuendo.
I had to unfortunately uninstall Cubase 11, E-Licenser, etc. to get my old program N4 to work again.
Is there any work around for this, at least until I get used to Cubase Artist 11, that I can sort of “phaze out,” of using my old Nuendo product? I have so many recorded projects in there, and I would like to use them both simultaneously in case I have to remix an old track, etc.
I am not sure if this is a licensing thing, or VST thing, or 32 bit/64 bit thing? My N4 is so old, I would be willing to pay for another license just to have the ability to use both of my programs. Any help is appreciated, I haven’t found any help online or the forums so far.