Originally Posted by majortom
I'd say the Waves stuff was ok to run because you need the dongle. The other stuff, you aren't adhering to the "letter" of the license, but I would not say you're violating the "spirit" of it. Just my take.
My problem is that I'd want to split my "dongle" plugins across multiple machines. Maybe run the IR-1 on one machine and Izotope Trash on another. Since they're both on the same iLok, I can't do that. I guess I could buy another iLok and transfer the ones that are transferable. The Waves stuff is not... bummer.
Do have to have your DAW software running on both machines too, or does FXTeleport act as a VST container?
You have a Slave Computer that only runs the VST (don't need Cubase) and the Master (DAW). What happens on the slave computer is that it will only use its CPU for the wrapped plugins.
Then when you are on your DAW you will see your plugin hosted on the other computer has "Waves E-Channel-LAN". You insert it as a normal plugin. The only down point is that if you click to edit the settings of that plugin, the edit screen appear on the slave computer! But here I have a dual-screen so the left LCD screen is the slave computer in a Remote Desktop session!