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Riffworks Help!

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Oh dear, my laptop suddenly died and with it my copy of Riffworks with the drummers that came with it - Raw Funk Grooves, When I Rrum Around etc etc. My Installation CD is in storage in another town, so I've downloaded Riffworks Line6 edition, only to find that it requires a licence key to get past the Demo mode. I can't seem to find anyway around this - any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers

HB

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if you paid for the line6 edition, install monkey and use the license manager to recover your licenses.

a better plan would be to get a crossgrade from sonoma to get the standard version: http://www.sonomawireworks.com/line6_crossgrade.php

never version of the software and comes with a handful of extra drummers.

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Thanks for the info. Geez my own reply was very tardy, my apologies. Unfortunately the lincense manager doesn't seem to apply to the Riffworks. Nevermind I'll look into the crossgrade. It's really the RAW funk grooves that I miss - Terence Higgins lays it down perfectly IMHO.

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if you paid extra for them riffworks will probably be able to help you get them back... the standard version comes with some extra drummers as well.

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Didn't pay for them - they came with the version of Riffworks included with Studio GX. Trying to get around it this without having to effectively buy it again, as money is very tight at the moment(when isn't it for musicians?). Still, might be cheaper than flying back to Christchurch just to get a CD...

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riffworks standard likely has all the included drummers and some extras... technically the line6 version really isnt supported on any modern operating system... as it predates windows vista, and probably even leopard on the mac side... 

the standard version does support modern operating systems... money is always tight for sure... but i think this is a good value.

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