BUT (not sure if I got it right) one will be able to:
- Install Halion 6 full on desktop and authorize it via USB eLicenser or soft eLicenser (as usual, once on the USB eLicenser it won’t be possible to transfer the license to soft eLicenser; the contrary will be possible though)
- create his/her custom instruments
- install the new free Halion Sonic SE on a laptop (standalone/VST)
- load and play (not edit) custom Halion 6 instruments (not full Halion 6 factory content) from the laptop.
In a sense, in the case of Halion 6 the users’ request to get more than one soft eLicense with the purchase will be a little less critical (I’d really like that for Cubase and Wavelab though: I have Cubase Pro AND an additional Cubase Elements license just for that…). Did I get it right?
PS if so, it’d be nice to get at least an additional “reduced” soft eLicense for just loading and playing (not edit of course) the full Halion 6 factory content on Halion Sonic SE.