Per the video tutorial, must you create a separate network to use Cubase IC PRo? What if I already have an established network and just want to use IC Pro across it instead of having to switch out of my existing into a specially created one for this app. Sorry if I’m missing something here but wanted to ask before buying.
You don’t necessarily have to create another separate network.
Having an ad-hoc connection is needed if you don’t have a local Wifi network or could also -in some cases- improve the overall performance of your network.
Ok, thanks. I have other remote desktop apps that run just fine over my existing network. The tutorial is a bit misleading as creating a separate network for me would mean leaving my existing network that I use for many audio-related tasks with Cubase, etc. Curiously, if you didn’t have a local WiFi connection, you would create an Ad-Hoc one based on what medium, Bluetooth?
Ad-hoc is using the Wifi protocol as well, it’s just a device-to-device network let’s say.