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I don't believe these content packs come with Dorico though. Cubase also has an older "Hybrid SE Expansion" library which goes way back to something like version 7 that I do not believe comes with Dorico. The Flux library needs your Cubase key. HALion 6 can play Flux content too, but it can also make and play wavetable sounds using native H6 tools and methods, without the Flux UI macro. Most sounds designed for Sonic come with some sort of basic UI macro, and H6 owners can actually design their own 'Flux-Like' Custom UI macros if desired important if one wants to make a library intended to go with the free HSSE player.
Meanwhile in H6, you get the tools to go much deeper into creating sounds, and the simple Macro Interfaces like we see above are totally optional. This only scratches the surface When you get this message about Flux Can you just click 'ignore' or something similar and continue working?
If so, I'd recommend just doing that when you want to run Dorico from the software eLisencer, and your USB key with Cubase isn't present. It's possible to move to a new location , then make a backup copy to a third location, and then remove to unregister it from HALion newer content like Trip and Flux that Dorico can't unlock when you want to leave your USB key out of the picture. From then on, when you want to reregister these libraries, just double click them and reregister you can register it from the alternate location, or have it moved back into the directory where registered HALion vstsound files are typically kept.
I wish they had an option to deregister and backup Libraries without 'removing' the files to the trash can It works if you really need or want to do this. For older content, such as Hybrid SE Have a look in the"Installed" tab of the Library Manager to see what files are involved and where they are kept on the system.
The Library Manager is a side-app. If it did not get installed with your host, you can always grab the latest version of HSSE Player and run the installer. It will update SE to the latest version, and it should also install the library manager.
You don't need the special SE key that gets sent via email if you have Dorico or CuBase keys on the system, but it doesn't hurt to register it either Its point is for people releasing 3rd party libraries that can be played on any system that might not have a Strindberg Host. I can see how all these keys on multiple eLisencer platforms, and content that ships with different hosts can get confusing.
Perhaps people with 'both' CuBase and Dorico that run into this 'hopefully rare' scenario could apply via email to get some kind of 'side key' for the base host content packs only that can go on the eLisencer platform that's also holding the Dorico key?
Hopefully users can just click ignore and keep right on working if this happens to them They mainly just need to know what's going on Last edited by Brian Roland on Wed Sep 05, 8: