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    GPO license transferable?

    Just in case if I would like to sell my GPO license. Is it transferable? I think it should be as the player needs a registration at the NI website and íf the registration is deleted and transferred to a new user the library would be useless for the vendor. Am I right?
    Thanks for any info
    Raindog

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    Re: GPO license transferable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raindog
    Just in case if I would like to sell my GPO license. Is it transferable? I think it should be as the player needs a registration at the NI website and íf the registration is deleted and transferred to a new user the library would be useless for the vendor. Am I right?
    Thanks for any info
    Raindog
    As far as I know, GPO license is NOT transferrable.

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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    The answer is in the EULA. Last page of the manual, I believe. Second or third paragraph.

    - m
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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Markleford
    The answer is in the EULA. Last page of the manual, I believe. Second or third paragraph.

    - m

    Thanks, I´ll check it tonight (currently not at home)

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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    Well, to save you the time and trouble, NO it is NOT transferable. It specifically says you can NOT resell GPO, that you ONLY license the USE of it and do not OWN it.

    A LOT of the sample libraries are setup this way, not just GPO.

    Tom

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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomcatII
    It specifically says you can NOT resell GPO
    Could you quote that section for us?

    - m
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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    License quote:
    A right to use any of the samples and sounds in Garritan Personal Orchestra is granted to the original end-user only, and this license is not transferable unless there is written consent of Gary Garritan/harps.com, Corp. or their representative and payment of an additional fee.

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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie Fønshauge
    License quote:
    A right to use any of the samples and sounds in Garritan Personal Orchestra is granted to the original end-user only, and this license is not transferable unless there is written consent of Gary Garritan/harps.com, Corp. or their representative and payment of an additional fee.
    This makes sense. Thanks for the info
    regards
    Raindog

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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    The fine print reveals all.

    Sorry for the run-around Raindog: I just encourage people to read their EULA whenever possible. Preferably *before* they install the software!

    As for what is required for "written consent" I cannot say: I haven't done it, myself.

    - m
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    Re: GPO license transfereable?

    I am certainly all for the transferability of sample libraries. Everyone who asked was allowed to transfer GOS. GPO is a different story because it is not only a sample library being transfered, but a sample player owned by Native Instruments. Not being able to speak for Native Instruments, I included the aforementioned language in fine print. If Native Instruments permits the transfer then I am ok with it.

    Gary Garritan

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