Timendi causa est nescire.
Haven’t investigated this fully yet. Just leaving this here...
True. I see a lot of disappointed loyal Reason people on YT and Twitter. So my guess is you’ll be able to get Suite for way less soon.Buy it
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12 months Subscription
The only winner in the sub model is the Developer.
Actually not that slow:They usually sort of slowly fade away in a subscription based world, don’t they?
To simplify our lineup we will discontinue Reason Intro and Reason Suite—the software will continue to function, and you will still be able to upgrade to the full version of Reason.
Well, thanks for clearing that up. So the whole Suite thing has been a particularly shortlived concept then eh?Actually not that slow:
Today marks new era as we introduce Reason+. On the surface you might say, well now I can get Reason software as a subscription. That's true but there’s whole lot more to it. Let's dig in!www.reasonstudios.com
As always, they drop low-cost alternatives first.
Yeah....if I have the money for 12 months sub at 239....I would just buy it outright....Miss one payment, and then what? Broken projects? I am not at all against subscriber models philosophically, but intuitively I myself have never opted for one because I am wary that I may lose access to my sounds / projects etc.