trogluddite wrote:....mercial developer? - What license would I need? - Who would I be allowed to sell it to? - just reg'd SM users? (who might trade it on to a 3rd party, or make a commercial plugin with it) - Who's job it is to police such a scheme to see that it is not abused?
trogluddite wrote:And, of course, there will always be pirates - but I do think that opening up a market in 'component parts' would just encourage them even more.
trogluddite wrote:The creation part yes, fine, makes sense - selling is selling at whatever level.
It's the trading of the modules that concerns me - if they are to be sold (rather than just freely shared), then the developers creating modules will require reasonable security that only those who paid can use them. I'll not concern myself with how that could be implemented (but I doubt it would be easy or particularly effective)
mwvdlee wrote:sharing those modules makes sure other people can improve the things I missed and vice versa.
I know this may be a "I hate NAS from now on" kind of statement to some of you but hey its just being honest
SM's source code is secret, as is alot of source code...MichaelBenjamin wrote:stop with the secrets already. if something is secret it very quickly tends to be stupid and not interesting.
Disco_Steve wrote:thats why I sugested the 'No Export' locked modules
Obviously you've never used AcmeBarGig's stuff. He uses full convolution; does SE have that. I've never heard convolution as a "toy" before, have you NAS?Nu Audio Science wrote:Unless the new update of SM is radical (Lets be honest here it wont be) SM will remain a great toy/fixer for when you are in the studio and need a plugin to do such and such real quick
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