I think I have this correct but a few questions.
#1) As to the new Library, with C9.5 already installed, as I load C10 and set up the Steinberg Library to move my VST sound samples to an HD that is NOT my C Drive (Windows here), will C10 recognize the C9.5 sound files AND work it’s magic on NOT COPYING DUPLICATE FILES? In other words, C10 has it’s own sound files (I assume they are some of the same ones found in C9.5) so the new Steinberg Library will recognize this and allow me to NOT copy them? Correct? Would it matter or be easier if I deleted the entire C9.5 sound files before installing C10?
#2) The current C9.5 origin HALion Library will be AUTOMATICALLY loaded into the Steinberg Library? Or will C10 come with the HALion library installed, such that I don’t really need to keep the current HALion Library installed?
#3) Can the Steinberg Library also store/reference other company’s sound files so that they can be interfaced more easilt with the Steinberg Reverance plugin? Such as the various Waves or SIR IR responses?
OK, questions over, I wanted to say that just having this new Steinberg Library onboard is a game changer for me. To know that I can offload these sound files from my C Drive will really help me with HD data space. Thank you!!