Hi, a friend told me that the sample loops and similar data in the trial versions installed along with Cubase 7 complete can also be used with other programs such as HalionSonic SE so that I should install them even if I’m not thinking of using those programs at this moment in time or purchasing them. At least in past years that was the case. That some of those libraries installed with the trial versions (or enough to make it worth the space) would cross over in use with Halionsonic SE or any other generic loop player or sample player to make it worth installing.
Is that true?
If so, what’s the best way to go about that? Should I install and when it times out, trash all but the data?
can I just install the loops and samples, etc.
Just wondering if it’s worth the time and effort. I just purchased Cubase 7 for the first time to use on my MacBook Pro via one external FW 800 drive for samples and loops and data. So I don’t have a lot of space to waste.
Thanks in advance and I’m glad to finally have joined the Cubase users group here on Steinberg.net
I hope to learn a lot about this cool program as a songwriter and a composer of film music dreaming about the years ahead.