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ERA II Medieval Legends

Medieval Instruments Plugin by Best Service
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Instructions for ERA II Medieval Legends when purchased from the KVR Marketplace

Thank you for purchasing a Best Service distributed audio plug-in, software application, or sample library from the KVR Market Place.

How to get the download files and the activation code for your product:

  1. Please visit account.bestservice.com and log in to your Best Service user account (register a new user account if necessary).
  2. In your Best Service user account click on "My products", now on "Register", and enter the Product Registration Code you received in your KVR Marketplace order confirmation and click on "Submit" (your KVR Marketplace orders are always accessible at kvraudio.com/marketplace/orders).
  3. In your Best Service user account product list you will now find download links and the serial number / activation code for the registered product (also included in a confirmation email).

Engine based libraries need to be activated in your Best Service user account directly, Kontakt based libraries have to be activated by using Native Instruments Service Center as usual.

Instruction for unpacking, installing, and activating the library is included in the downloaded files.

In case of problems please feel free to contact support@bestservice.de directly.

Have fun.

Comments & Discussion for Best Service ERA II Medieval Legends

Discussion: Active
26 May 2015 at 5:56pm

I saw the pre-release info on ERA II last month. I was all ready to pre-order it when I noticed...AACCKK!! --- the Mac system requirements exclude OS X 10.8. FAIL!.

This keeps happening. By the time Apple fixes the bugs in their own software, and the developers fix their own compatibility issues, you can have maybe a year or two wherein the literally hundreds of audio and video apps and plug-ins that it takes to run a fully-functional workstation in an A/V project studio all work perfectly together.

Then it starts. One by one, apps start dropping support for a stable OS X version even before Apple does. It happened with 10.4. It happened with 10.6. And now it's happening again with 10.8. My question to both Apple and all of these developers is, "Do you people actually ever use your software in a production environment?"

Never mind. It's a rhetorical question. (sigh)

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