Well, since it seems to be the exact same copy protection Nebula uses itself, yes it has been cracked.myimo wrote:I recently bought AlexB - Modern Flagship Console (Excellent
by the way) It has some kind of copy protection which older Nebula libraries don't have. Has this been cracked? I don't think Alexb would release his work if it could be.
So whats the matter with this latest protection? Probably nothing.
For me an iLok would probably be a showstopper. And since I bought Nebula when there was no iLok they had to continue to support it. Nothing stopping them from from making a Nebula 2.x with iLok though and providing users a free upgrade. That way they are legally OK. People who don't want / can use iLok can stay with what they have now (and payed for), users which are OK with iLok can continue to use the newest & greatest.
I would hate to see it though. If Acustica would supply the iLok device it would be OK and I would try it (though I have hard feelings after all the stories). But I don't see Acustica shelling out for iLok devices for all their customers, and I don't see myself accepting that I suddenly have to shelf out for one myself. Those things cost at least 40,- euro's here and that is almost half the price of Nebula itself. Just unthinkable.