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    @Makar. For example, the new update for Traktor got rid of my Mackie D4 as a scratch compatible mixer. I had to use a registry hack to use it again. Between gigs, I dont always wanna pull out my interface and rehook everything up when I can simply just come home, plug my laptop into a firewire cable and practice. The hack can easily be used for those who have purchased the soundcard already.

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    You've been providing the hack to people who are using mixers that have never been Scratch compatible though. People with old Scratch hardware can just as easily not update.
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    How much? $_$

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    Information is free. What people choose to to with that information is their own busineas. You missed the point tho. What

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    Using the hack is no different in principle to pirating music. You're taking someone else's product without paying for it.

    I would say that mixing some music for a fee is far "less illegal" than cracking software. In your case, you're pirating software you already owned, and PMing it to other users here.
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    I didnt pirate it. it came with my audio 10 soundcard. My exroommate also uses the same hack for the same reason. I intended it to be used for those that dont wanna unpack when they come home to utilize DVS with their current sound cards. For example, my ex-roommate plays out with an audio 6, but has a ddjsx at home with two turntable hooked up. If NI found it to be such an issue, they would have found a way to keep this from happening already since it can also be found with a google search. How do I know this guy didnt purchase his software and just wants to test the DVS functionality before purchasing a scratch certified mixer or interface?

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    I own the Audio 10, and a DB2. I use the registry hack for convenience and simplicity sometimes. I have legitimately purchased a Scratch compatible sound card, and I use it with my full setup. There is literally nothing more I can purchase from NI, so they have lost no money off of me even though I may be breaking the EULA. Makar1, how does this particular situation make you feel?

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