asked Apr 17 '14 at 21:05 by jnthedude412 (56)

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The question is the same as the title, will future versions of Bitwig be free or cost money to upgrade? Say like each new version of logic costs around 100 dollars if you already own the previous software to upgrade.

Well, I'm used to paying for upgrades, but... At this moment though, I do feel for those of us who bought BitWig on the whim from the moment it was released and are helping reporting bugs and getting it ready for v2 should be given at least two versions of free upgrades.

I know there are some that are using BitWig at this moment without any hassles, but that all depends on how you use your DAW; and for others BitWig still falls a bit short. I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that the developers of BitWig has every intention of getting this product by v3 on par and even above par to competitors, but I hope that us early adopters are given some form of incentive for helping.

So stay positive and help BitWig!

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answered Apr 22 '14 at 16:28 by pellissier (255)

I'm used to free upgrades but I'm willing to pay for MAJOR upgrades to Bitwig but I did buy it on release week and i also think that people who got it that quick and helped with bugs should get some type of perk

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answered Apr 23 '14 at 06:34 by TristanMendoza (190)

I feel that Bitwig should let its initial buyers who are active on this forum and report bugs to improve the software for future buyers should get free updates. Depends on how the company is doing though and if they can afford to pay all of their engineers and developers.

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answered Apr 26 '14 at 20:35 by intellectvs (124)

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for those of us who are starting to consider the option, this might be a good question to answer.

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answered Apr 21 '14 at 07:14 by konfront (101)

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I'll consider spending $450 ( AU ) for Bitwig when I know what upgrade pricing will be! No answer yet.

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answered Apr 26 '14 at 05:17 by Popskull (85)

edited Apr 26 '14 at 05:17

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