in light of this:
I am very happy to announce that it is now possible for all Retrologue 2 and all Retrologue Expansions registered users to migrate their licenses to the new Steinberg Licensing. In the “Vouchers” section of your MySteinberg account, you will find soon a Download Access Code that will allow you to do so. This includes all registered licences for the following expansions: Dark Mass, The Void, Neon Drifts, Imaginear, Vintage Classics, Analog House, Sounds of Soul, Future Bass and Xphonika.
it would be helpful to know which version of Retrologue is ‘Steinberg Licensing ready’ - I assume it’s v2.3.0 from March 2022 ?
it’s not mentioned here although the expansions are:
this page also says The Grand 3.3.0 doesn’t support elicenser - which of course it does.
Going forward it would be nice to mention version numbers when making the announcements - or link to an UP TO DATE (
) version of that page.
In the vouchers section of MySteinberg, I just saw 3 of the sound libraries as having vouchers, and not Retrologue 2. I assume R2 is covered by my Cubase Pro 12 license and no action is required?
Perhaps this should be mentioned somewhere, if so?
You should only see a voucher for Retrologue 2 if you purchased it separately. All bundled plug-ins are covered by the Cubase 12 license.
Just make sure that Retrologue is updated to the latest version, 2.3.0.
Thanks, for making me aware of this. I will take care of it.
I assume you mean ‘aware’ or the Steinberg help article not being up to date ?
it would be nice to get answer to the question.
Yes, I edited the announcement and will take care of the help article.