So, my friend got Cubase Elements 7 and we're doing a project together. The problem is, we're doing a lot of recordings at my place and getting the PC here is a bit hard. So, can the software be installed on my PC as well, without a fear that the license would be banned or something. It wouldn't be used simultaneously of course. His software is protected just by the eLicenser.
It can't be done, unless you move the license from the soft-licenser to a license key ($25, IIRC.) Oh, and BTW, once you transfer a license from the soft-licenser to a key, you cannot transfer it back.
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