Wednesday, June 20, 2012 11:13 PM
So I bought Mixed In Key the other day and was bitterly disappointed to find that you must pay for separate Mac and PC versions. Sorry, but that's a joke and I'm hard pressed to find any other developer of audio apps that does this. I bought it under the understanding I could use it on both my studio PC systema nd my Mac laptop. Looking over the home page I see no information that clearly states that you must pay for both versions. Just because theres eparate buy tabs for each does not make one assume so. Theres plenty of plugin developers that ask you to buy one version first and then require you to email or login for alternate versions.
Perhaps you should make this crystal clear on the info/purchasing page that buying one does not entitle you to the other. It was my fault for not asking first and making assumptions. But considering it is standard practice that one licence covers both formats and that 99% of developers allow this it was an easy assumption to make. I've been on other forums such as KVR and noticed there's quite a few people who were taken in by this rubbish.
I'd be happier if I knew the justification for it? If you concerned about licence proliferation then do what everyone else does and ahve a standard number of licences available per purchase. What is the reasoning for this pricing policy?