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Post by le_knigh » Mon May 31, 2010 2:42 pm

yo ne1 got any live fulll working links for cubase 4 :i:

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Post by deadly_habit » Mon May 31, 2010 2:52 pm

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Post by Mad_EP » Mon May 31, 2010 3:00 pm

troopa wrote:yo ne1 got any live fulll working links for cubase 4 :i:
Don't worry about them... 'ere you go blad:
http://bit.ly/dn22
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Post by kaiori breathe » Mon May 31, 2010 3:01 pm

Mad EP wrote:
troopa wrote:yo ne1 got any live fulll working links for cubase 4 :i:
Don't worry about them... 'ere you go blad:
http://bit.ly/dn22
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Post by Holda » Mon May 31, 2010 3:14 pm

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Post by GRAYSKALE » Mon May 31, 2010 3:25 pm

Why does everybody always get so sketchy about people downloading software illegally? I got a legit copy of Ableton Suite, but only cause it was a present off my parents, not everybody can afford the expense stuff, i know I personally cant, dont see any of the DAW companies going out of buisness because of it, what's the problem?

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Post by deadly_habit » Mon May 31, 2010 3:34 pm

GRAYSKALE wrote:Why does everybody always get so sketchy about people downloading software illegally? I got a legit copy of Ableton Suite, but only cause it was a present off my parents, not everybody can afford the expense stuff, i know I personally cant, dont see any of the DAW companies going out of buisness because of it, what's the problem?
a. it's illegal for one
b. it hurts the developers and only causes more un-necessary time spent to add in piracy production and time that could be used to code new tools and optimizations into copy protection and gay lil usb dongles
c. there is always a freeware alternative or something cheaper you can afford if you look. you don't NEED that batch of plugins that cost 1000$
d. it puts the forum in a compromising position with developers and lawsuits (refer to a)
e. if you're going to do something illegal do some research (google anyone) and don't publicly announce it or expect support (especially from people who spent hard earned cash on it)

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Post by GRAYSKALE » Mon May 31, 2010 3:47 pm

deadly habit wrote:
a. it's illegal for one
b. it hurts the developers and only causes more un-necessary time spent to add in piracy production and time that could be used to code new tools and optimizations into copy protection and gay lil usb dongles
c. there is always a freeware alternative or something cheaper you can afford if you look. you don't NEED that batch of plugins that cost 1000$
d. it puts the forum in a compromising position with developers and lawsuits (refer to a)
e. if you're going to do something illegal do some research (google anyone) and don't publicly announce it or expect support (especially from people who spent hard earned cash on it)
Fair points - and Im not condoning illegal downloading in anyway - but whilst i get that its illegal so is morally wrong, by the same token I bet plenty of people against illegal downloading dont mind smoking heafy amounts of ganja and popping copious amounts of pills at the weeksends and that's illegal - defo agree with point e though probably not a good idea to be so public about it!

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Post by le_knigh » Mon May 31, 2010 4:05 pm

well atleast i can tell myself i tried :z:

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Post by Basic A » Mon May 31, 2010 4:13 pm

GRAYSKALE wrote:
deadly habit wrote:
a. it's illegal for one
b. it hurts the developers and only causes more un-necessary time spent to add in piracy production and time that could be used to code new tools and optimizations into copy protection and gay lil usb dongles
c. there is always a freeware alternative or something cheaper you can afford if you look. you don't NEED that batch of plugins that cost 1000$
d. it puts the forum in a compromising position with developers and lawsuits (refer to a)
e. if you're going to do something illegal do some research (google anyone) and don't publicly announce it or expect support (especially from people who spent hard earned cash on it)
Fair points - and Im not condoning illegal downloading in anyway - but whilst i get that its illegal so is morally wrong, by the same token I bet plenty of people against illegal downloading dont mind smoking heafy amounts of ganja and popping copious amounts of pills at the weeksends and that's illegal - defo agree with point e though probably not a good idea to be so public about it!
Amoking weed, and popping pills, only hurts yourself. This is peoples hard work and salaries your stealing. Big difference.
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Post by Subside » Mon May 31, 2010 4:14 pm

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Post by Bledbox » Mon May 31, 2010 4:15 pm

It's just annoying when somebody has to post it on a forum asking for it, if you want to d/l illegally then keep it to yourself...

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Post by deadly_habit » Mon May 31, 2010 4:16 pm

Basic A wrote:
GRAYSKALE wrote:
deadly habit wrote:
a. it's illegal for one
b. it hurts the developers and only causes more un-necessary time spent to add in piracy production and time that could be used to code new tools and optimizations into copy protection and gay lil usb dongles
c. there is always a freeware alternative or something cheaper you can afford if you look. you don't NEED that batch of plugins that cost 1000$
d. it puts the forum in a compromising position with developers and lawsuits (refer to a)
e. if you're going to do something illegal do some research (google anyone) and don't publicly announce it or expect support (especially from people who spent hard earned cash on it)
Fair points - and Im not condoning illegal downloading in anyway - but whilst i get that its illegal so is morally wrong, by the same token I bet plenty of people against illegal downloading dont mind smoking heafy amounts of ganja and popping copious amounts of pills at the weeksends and that's illegal - defo agree with point e though probably not a good idea to be so public about it!
Amoking weed, and popping pills, only hurts yourself. This is peoples hard work and salaries your stealing. Big difference.
and i'm guessing you still paid for that weed or those pills too :lol:

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Post by samurai » Mon May 31, 2010 4:38 pm

in fairness people supporting the illegal drug industry is a lot more harmful to society than people downloading illegal software.

ps i'm stoned right now.

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