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#51 sokoban

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 20:16

I know that my one-full-version licence is a lifetime licence if there are no more updates.

I know that Renoise is already the best tracker ever (by far) and that it has already some very advanced features that transform it into a real DAW.

But...

I know that a few features are missing to me.

I know that some people get troubles with wide screens.

I know that some people would like a piano roll.

I know that some people would like some instruments or effects evolutions.

So...

Why not expect some updates?

Why stop this crazy adventure?

 

After that, I'm OK with the fact that it's more important to focus on producing music more than to focus on waiting updates, that's true ;-)


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#52 fladd

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 20:44

Exactly. Your license for the version you bought is valid without any time limit. Whether there are subsequent updates or not has absolutely no impact on this. At any point in time, it is up to you whether you update or not, but not updating does not affect or change your current license. While this is certainly reassuring, I, however, still like to see constant updates that improve the software and add the crucial missing parts.


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#53 Raul (ulneiz)

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Posted 31 August 2017 - 21:14

Paying back to renew the license does not seem to be a problem. If there is an update every year, a license would last at least 7 to 10 years. That means paying € 80 every 7, 10 years, at best. Rounding is like spending € 10 a year, or less. But in reality, everything goes much slower. I think everyone is expecting more updates. Renoise deserves them.


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#54 Roppenzo

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Posted 01 September 2017 - 11:28

I suppose that now that September arrives, people will begin to get really impatient.

Like the dev-team cares..
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