#1
Forget downloading music for a second.

Would you guys download music software via torrents?
#4
No.


The software key will be obselete, or it will come with a keygen. Those are ok.


So yes.
#6
swim's done it before, on several occasions. they can't afford to be paying £600 for decent recording software.
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#8
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swim's done it before, on several occasions. they can't afford to be paying £600 for decent recording software.

I could get some software and it would work, but some that didn't.

Might as well try it, TS.
#9
.... Duh
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#10
yes definateley. There was no way i could afford 600 dollars for logic pro 8.

Hell of a torrent though, takes almost a month to download 50 GB
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#11
My drummer tried torrenting Cakewalk and after done downloading it, it didn't work. So, try but don't expect much is all I can say.
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#14
yes
definitely, especially wen stuff costs 4 times the price in lebanon
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#16
Until I have my own studio, I'm sticking with Audacity, which is plenty for me because I've gotten decent enough at it to take full advantage of it.


Once I do have my own studio, however (which I do plan on having), I'll gladly save up for the necessary software. I can understand the need for torrenting the programs, but to me it's really not worth the time to download and risk of the program not working.
#17
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Until I have my own studio, I'm sticking with Audacity, which is plenty for me because I've gotten decent enough at it to take full advantage of it.


Once I do have my own studio, however (which I do plan on having), I'll gladly save up for the necessary software. I can understand the need for torrenting the programs, but to me it's really not worth the time to download and risk of the program not working.

Reaper > Audacity

Also, you can tell before you even download the program if it's going to work or not.

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#19
I've gotten a working copy of Half-Life and Guitar Pro through torrents. *and over 10 gbs of music cough*
#21
haha i remember when everyone was all against torrents and downloading music. boy has the scene changed. and the reason i started this thread was to find out if its worth it cuz im downloading komplete 5 when i get my mac ordered next week. I did buy logic express tho :/
#22
Yes. Why spend $400 on a program that I can get for free and won't make any profit off of when I can spend my money on something physical instead?
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#24
That would be immoral, parasitic and downright stupid... It's basically theft.

The disadvantages listed above are all outweighed by the awesomeness of getting shiz for free.