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BoddAH 2012-08-19 17:02

SOLD - Reason 6.5 + tutorial books
 
I'm selling my Reason 6.5 licence along with the pristine boxes/Ignition Key and two Reason learning books.

The pack includes:

Reason 6.5
Record 1.5 (obsolete but you still get the cool icon on the Propellerhead forum!)
Reason 4 Ignite! Visual Guide for New Reason Users
Reason 4 Power! Comprehensive Reason Guide

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The boxes, manuals and Ignition Key are basically brand new and everything is still there as new (stickers, licence number cards, DVDs, etc.). I used online authentification exclusively and the boxes were safely stored. I even kept the cellophane film for added protection. 8)

199 € via PayPal. I can transfer the licence online immediately and send the boxes shortly after from Belgium (contact me by PM for shipping cost to your country) with a package tracking number.

Send me a PM if interested! :)

Bonkhead 2012-08-19 17:16

since when can you sell rack extensions ?

n0ahg 2012-08-19 17:19

Rack Extensions can't be transferred and you aren't allowed to give your login details to anyone else..

BoddAH 2012-08-19 17:26

I just checked and you're right, apparently REs are lost when selling an account. I modified the post, thanks for that.

I only got a couple of free REs (special offers) but I can only image how frustrating this must be for people who bought several expensive ones...

n0ahg 2012-08-19 17:29

The Rack Extensions aren't lost, they will stay in your account in case you come back in the future. To be clear you are selling the license and not the account. The account is the property of props and you can't sell it!

platzangst 2012-08-19 17:35

There has already been quite a bit of heated discussion over RE's non-transferability; just over the fact alone as well as how it may conflict with recent EU legal rulings on the nature of software licenses.

For myself, I've held the opinion that if you are buying software as some kind of investment, so that you can sell it later, you're kind of doing it wrong. I've never bought an RE that I don't intend to have available essentially forever.

Mate 2012-08-19 17:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by n0ahg (Post 1118947)
The account is the property of props and you can't sell it!

Where you've read that BS? :)

platzangst 2012-08-19 17:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mate (Post 1118956)
Where you've read that BS? :)

Probably here:

https://www.propellerheads.se/agreements/

SynapseAudio 2012-08-19 18:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by platzangst (Post 1118954)
There has already been quite a bit of heated discussion over RE's non-transferability; just over the fact alone as well as how it may conflict with recent EU legal rulings on the nature of software licenses.

A bit OT, but I'm afraid the ruling could make things worse for the customer, rather than better. The games industry has started to work around this long ago with account bindings, extra downloadables, final chapters available online only etc - now they've yet another reason to use subscription type models in the future.

Quote:

Originally Posted by platzangst (Post 1118954)
For myself, I've held the opinion that if you are buying software as some kind of investment, so that you can sell it later, you're kind of doing it wrong. I've never bought an RE that I don't intend to have available essentially forever.

Same here, I don't recall ever having resold development software or any other tools I use professionally. Of course it's different for a hobbyist who stops making music, but this shouldn't happen too often (hopefully) :)

Richard

n0ahg 2012-08-19 18:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by SynapseAudio (Post 1118968)
A bit OT, but I'm afraid the ruling could make things worse for the customer, rather than better. The games industry has started to work around this long ago with account bindings, extra downloadables, final chapters available online only etc - now they've yet another reason to use subscription type models in the future.



Same here, I don't recall ever having resold development software or any other tools I use professionally. Of course it's different for a hobbyist who stops making music, but this shouldn't happen too often (hopefully) :)

Richard

One of the main offenders is now reaping the rewards for abusing customers rights ;)

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/3747...games-sale.htm

They are trying to blame a shift in business and won't admit they have driven customers away!


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