I guess this isn’t the first and won’t be the last topic about it…so please apologise if it sounds like repetitive topic, I’m literally new to the Forum.
I’d like to know a few things about installing Cubase 11 upgrade (I’m currently using 6.5).
1) Once purchased, I suppose I am able to download the software from “MySteinberg” area. Now, I’ve got the e-Licences plugged to my Windows10 pc. I guess that during the installation the wizard will pick the info from the e-licences automatically, correct?
2) Once installation will be successfully done, I’ve read via other topics in this forum that I can also decide to keep Cubase 6.5 on my pc anyway (not really planning to but maybe only for the first month of testing).
Now, my point is: will the new installation overwrite all VST folders? I will do a backup of every VST/VST Plugins folders I’ve got, just in case. But, do you know if Cubase 11 will automatically detect the previous VST folder or will it create a new empty VST folder where I will then drag and drop the previously backed-up 64bit VSTs/plugins?
3) It goes without saying that music project in .cpr format will be open without issues with Cubase 11. Only thing to keep in mind could be that some new plugins/features on Cubase 11 might not be supported/read by Cubase 6.5, should I need to open the new project with Cubase 6.5… are you aware of what features have been removed in the last few years or is there a dedicated online support guide I can check myself to see this?
Thank you so much to whoever will be so kind to help me out.