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Author Topic: Launch of the Arturia Software Center and Updates  (Read 666 times)

Adrien

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Launch of the Arturia Software Center and Updates
« on: December 01, 2014, 06:59:45 pm »
Hello everyone,

You will find in this foum a new board Arturia Software Center.
Read it, it comes with a lot of updates of all our synthesizers, and replaces eLicenser.

All VCollection 4 Products have been updated to work with the ASC (Arturia Software Center), and their updates are free!

Why such a change?
  • You now have 5 activated machines
  • You don't need a USB Dongle from Steinberg anymore if you buy our products
  • Your licenses are right away available on new machines, synced with your account
  • You can get the updates in 1 click
  • Activation is 1 click away


Note for Spark, and Analog Laboratory
Spark VDM is replaced by Spark 2 which is part of the VCollection 4 and protected with the ASC.
The same is true for the Analog Laboratory, which is replaced by Analog Lab.
Those products will continue to work with the existing eLicenser protection.

If you already have eLicenser activations
We advise you to keep the dongle. You may need it to open your old projects (like Cubase or Live session which might be encrypted), the eLicenser activations continues to work and is linked to your license (reselling the products means you transfer all eLicenser and ASC licenses to the new owner).


Downloads : http://www.arturia.com/support/updates&manuals#asc

Hopes it will simplify your workflow and let you play more music.
« Last Edit: December 02, 2014, 02:58:17 pm by Adrien »
Adrien Courdavault
DSP & Software engineer
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