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Hi Janusz

I agree but that's not the point of my question. Much software is re-sellable, much is not .. All Native Instruments software is re-sellable, none of East-West's is. Hence my question. There can be many reasons apart from suitability. Just good to get a clear picture of the policy from the get-go. 


I'm fine with it...but 299 euro is probably the most outlay I will have made for a single piece of software in recent years. I am not a teacher or student but a poor composer! I think poor composers should get a discount, not academics!! 🙂


Can I ask in that case whether you can offer an extension to the 30 day trial as, for example now, I'm 5 days in to my demo but I have to go away for 2 weeks. So an extension for a complex piece of software seems like a good idea. (or can I 'freeze' it?)





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