Reaktor session to Reaktor 5 upgrade?

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by pulsewidth947, Aug 7, 2005.

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    pulsewidth947

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    Ok I got a couple of Q's about Reaktor 5. Firstly I love the demo I've been playing with and while looking for the Edu price (I'm cheap!) I found a deal where you buy Reaktor Session and the Upgrade to Reaktor 5 for £199. This sounds awesome to me as bought on its own Reaktor 5 is £350.

    Firstly, in the upgrade, you do get the full manual and cd dont you? Its not just a download from the web?

    Secondly, whats the copy protection on Reaktor 5? The reason I ask is I'm planning on buying Cubase SL/SX which I know uses a dongle. As I've only got 2 USB ports I'd really be shooting myself in the foot getting having 2 dongle protected softwares.

    Cheers for any answers :D
     
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    CanadaRAM

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    Answer to number two is a USB hub, which should be a standard purchase for a 2-port machine anyways.
     
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    pulsewidth947

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    I thought you couldnt run dongles on hubs? Thought they had to be powered like mem sticks?

    OT: Whats with all the avatars having wigs?!
     
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    faintember

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    We have an Cubase dongle, Logic dongle, and a midiman 2x2 all running off a cheap usb hub in our studio, so you should be ok.
    True dat? What is up?:confused:
     

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