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I would certainly pay a fee for major improvements to the system.
I believe A&H stepped up to the plate and started this, charging a reasonable price for the mixpad app. I think others may follow that lead in the future. I recently read an article in a trade magazine reviewing the mixpad app, and just beneath that was another review for a competitive app with the last line reading…”did we mention it’s free”. Free does not necessarily equate to a superior product. Quality improvements do cost money and resources, and we do get bugs and fixes later.

Cleaning up the code could improve the speed of the system overall, and if a major upgrade with good marketing behind it had a price or a fee, I would certainly further invest and pay for such upgrades.

This topic is very interesting, and thank you to Allen & Heath for allowing us to give constructive feedback. I, and many others appreciate all you do.

Oswego, IL

T112 Surface
iDR48 Mix Rack
Sony F Series laptop
Win 7 500GB HD 8G RAM
Airport Extreme & Express
iPad 2 and Dante soon