Thanks. That is kind of my thinking based on everything I'm reading.I'd recommend the full version if you're on the fence. It's amazingly expressive and versatile. While I haven't used all of its more specialized articulations yet, the faster legato types have definitely been useful, and the sul tasto/superflautando sustains are lovely for textural use.
So, I still see the full version for 139$, but Embertone wrote that the upgrade is always 100$.
So would that mean that if you buy Essential for 59$ and upgrade for 100$, it's more expensive than having bought the full version on discount right away? Nice trick
That's if you pay 10$ on top, so 110$. If I understood correctly.If i understand it right if you later decide to upgrade you also have 2 version. The essentials and the full version.
No one is complaining about paying too much here, if that's what you're implying. If not, I don't know why you brought that up.In general people seems to complain about paying a dollar too much here and there
We decided to bump the price down on the upgrade as an incentive— $90 to upgrade while swapping licenses, $100 if you want to keep both.
We’re not trying to screw anyone. We didn’t expect people would want to upgrade so quickly after buying the Essential.
APD says all of the Black Lightning deals -- including this one -- expire at midnight Eastern (U.S.) Time on Monday, December 2. That's 5:00am Tuesday UTC.Unlike APD's other current deals, this one doesn't have a countdown timer to the expiration date. (Unless I'm going blind.) Does that mean the discount is valid until they decide it isn't and pull it? Or does it mean they just forgot?