No Expiring Key Files

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Puranon
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No Expiring Key Files

Post by Puranon » Fri Dec 25, 2015 3:02 am

Keep the current (non expiring) keyfile type for the 2.0 Drum machines.

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Sebastian@d16
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Re: No Expiring Key Files

Post by Sebastian@d16 » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:01 am

Hi,

I'm sorry, but the expiring key is one of the means of copy protection (to make sure no one will share his/her key with others) and it's going to stay that way for all new releases from D16.

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Sebastian

Puranon
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Re: No Expiring Key Files

Post by Puranon » Wed Jan 20, 2016 4:10 am

Its effectively now a C/R system tied to the fate of d16. Developers like PSP, Audiorealism, TAL, Voxengo, U-he, Gforce, Hornet, Melda etc. all find a way to survive without inconveniencing the paying customer despite piracy. I find these companies are the easiest to support. I got Antresol assuming the protection was just like the drum machines.

d16 Drumazon was nearly a perfect alternative to samples but a sequel to give the remaining 15% improvement delayed by a decade and now to compound that disappointment with a move to C/R is discouraging.

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