Cubase updating

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there are some pretty Cubase savvy people here, so hopefully someone can help you.

I installed Cubase 6 LE 64 bit on Windows 8.1 successfully 3 months ago.

El Capitan is as solid as the giant granite monolith that towers over Yosemite Valley. It’s really that simple.” Well, El Capitan might be solid if you're using Apple Mail, Pages, Word, Safari, Chrome, etc.

But, don’t believe everything you read (yes, I get the irony here) take a breath, make a tea/coffee and sit back and think.

Conclusion: So at the time of writing it seems that many of the programs we all use are till unsupported.

I've avoided upgrading because the enhancements haven't seemed relevant for my needs or worth the extra cost.

The company is asking customers not to upgrade at this time. Steinberg will begin to support Mac OS and Windows 10 creators edition at the end of October. I have the e Licenser USB device and tried to use the e Licenser center to install and activate Cubase Artist but after entering the license code from the card that comes with the CD, the software won't perform the activation. Man, it's been so long since I activated Cubase, can't remember what's involved. PC Win7-64-24G i7-4790k/Cubase 9 Pro 64-bit/2-Steinberg UR824's/ADAM A7x/Event TR8/SS Trigger Plat Deluxe/Melodyne 4 Studio/Other things that don't mean anything if a client shows up not knowing what it wants. The dongle needs to be connected while authorizing the license. If you can't get it figured out, Steiny will return a support response within 24 hours. Apple has just released their latest version of Mac OS named 'High Sierra'.The update doesn't really bring many front-facing updates to your Mac as most improvements are in the backend, including a new Apple File System, which should speed your Mac if you have an SSD.

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