cheerful hamster wrote:I buy Universal Audio plugins, their platform (DSP card) has never been compromised and is unlikely to be, and while they're more expensive than they used to be the quality is unmatched. I've worked in commercial project studios where virtually everything was unauthorized. Luckily I started buying software when I had a lot more money (late '90s), and if it wasn't for the cheap upgrade pricing...well I wouldn't buy very much, let's say.
sircharles32 wrote:Hell, now I'm using Linux.
TurtlePerson2 wrote:I guess to be completely honest I should mention that I use one of those tax programs each year. My father buys a copy each year, which allows something like 3 or 4 tax returns. I just use one of those returns. I suppose that counts as using proprietary software.
kvndoom wrote:I was using tax software every year too, but now that I have a house, I'll be going to a tax professional from here on.
codedivine wrote:Well, does paying for services like DropBox and Evernote count in your definition of PC software? I have not voted yet because I was not clear on this.