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Last post Wed, May 08 2019 by musicman691, 435 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Feb 27 2019 23:29
by rpowell01
Joined on Sat, Aug 17 2013, Posts 13

Originally Posted by: musicman691 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi, 

The introductory price will be available until the software is released, and we will announce all changes in pricing agead of time. 

45 EUR for an additional upgrade license is the introductory price, like it says on the VE PRO 7 product page

Upgrade Offer
The upgrade price to Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 is currently €75 (reg. €95) for the first license, and it includes Epic Orchestra 2.0, free of charge. Additional Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 upgrade licenses are offered at €45 (reg. €65) each. When you're logged in, the reduced price is automatically shown as “Your Price” if you’ve already registered Vienna Ensemble Pro 4, 5 or 6.

Full Purchase
If you’re new to Vienna Ensemble Pro, now is a great time to jump aboard! The introductory price of Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 including Epic Orchestra 2.0 is €145 (reg. €195). To run Vienna Ensemble Pro on more computers, additional licenses are available at €65 (reg. €95) each. You may download and install Vienna Ensemble Pro 6 from MyVSL anytime.

Best,
Paul

But if you look at the left side of the page in the boxes that are just to the left of the 'Details: Epic Orchestra 2.0' paragraphs in the 'additional license' line it only shows one price of 45 euros with nothing that says it's an upgrade or regular full price. Conflicting info.

 

IF YOU OWN VEP5 and/or 6 that price on the left is for upgrade!!!! I'm sure those of use who owns VEP5 or 6 gets a discount on each license compared to those who do not own neither...Read it again:


VEP by itself costs around $85 approx. The License is $51 approx. This is IF YOU ALREADY OWN VEP5 or 6. The INTRODUCTORY LICENSE price is $164, basically if you do not own it. So each license is going to cost EVERYBODY $51 approx USD because as of right now they are only giving us who upgrade 1 LICENSE which came with the upgrade and we only paid $85. Understand? $85 is not bad with Orchestra 2, but more patches would have been better LOL....
Posted on Wed, Feb 27 2019 23:52
by Dewdman42
Joined on Tue, Feb 27 2018, Park City, Utah, Posts 584

It goes like this:

If you do not yet own VEP, then the price is 145 Euro's for a single license (normally 195 Euros retail).  

If you own VEP5/6, then the price for upgrading the first one of your existing three licenses is 75 Euros (95 euros retail)  and all the remaining licenses are 45 euro's each (65 Euros retail).

the cost to upgrade my VEP6 licenses, which I just purchased, almost exactly one year ago today for USD$235; is actually higher then what I paid to buy them 1 year ago.  

Sorry VSL, but there is no way I will upgrade at this price point.  Even if it has a few nice new features...you just doubled cost of this software for me and I can't justify it.  

If it turns out that VEP7 is so incredibly better then VEP6 that its completely worth paying for it all over again..maybe I'll reconsider, but I find that highly unlikely.  Doens't matter how many freebie sample libraries you try to toss in.  I find this utterly ridiculous, I will make do with VEP6 for as long as I can.  Maybe VEP8 or VEP9 will get my attention, never know.

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Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 00:08
by rrichard63
Joined on Sat, Nov 16 2013, San Francisco Bay Area, Posts 5

For users who have three or more servers and actually use three or more licenses, I completely understand the objection to the upgrade pricing structure. But how many users have three licenses only because that was the only way the could buy them, and actually need one or two for one or two servers. I don't think folks in the second category should complain as loudly as folks in the first category.

I have no idea how many existing users are in each category.

--Bob Richard
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 00:29
by Dewdman42
Joined on Tue, Feb 27 2018, Park City, Utah, Posts 584

The ONLY reason I bought VEP to begin with was in order to run it both together on my DAW machine as well as potentially one more server.  But part of the value to me was that for approximately $250 I knew I could network in my extra laptop in a pinch or whatever...That is part of the value it was sold to me as.  VSL is putting us in a situation now where we have to now choose between downgrading our capability or paying unreasonable amount to continue with the capability we thought we were buying not that long ago.

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Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 01:03
by McArnes
Joined on Sun, Aug 27 2017, Posts 90
1) Yes, sometimes prices increases, as also the value of a dollar or euros does.
2) Do you usually get customized products when you buy something? Do you criticize Apple because you can’t choose to not have the stupid apps like iMovie and thus pay less for your Mac? Does it help telling Apple you don’t need it? Or do you get your DAWs cheaper by saying no thanks to the sounds it comes with?

I’d try to treat Paul et al with a little bit more respect.
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 01:09
by musicman691
Joined on Sun, Nov 18 2012, Posts 136

Originally Posted by: rpowell01 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: musicman691 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi, 

The introductory price will be available until the software is released, and we will announce all changes in pricing agead of time. 

45 EUR for an additional upgrade license is the introductory price, like it says on the VE PRO 7 product page

Upgrade Offer
The upgrade price to Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 is currently €75 (reg. €95) for the first license, and it includes Epic Orchestra 2.0, free of charge. Additional Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 upgrade licenses are offered at €45 (reg. €65) each. When you're logged in, the reduced price is automatically shown as “Your Price” if you’ve already registered Vienna Ensemble Pro 4, 5 or 6.

Full Purchase
If you’re new to Vienna Ensemble Pro, now is a great time to jump aboard! The introductory price of Vienna Ensemble Pro 7 including Epic Orchestra 2.0 is €145 (reg. €195). To run Vienna Ensemble Pro on more computers, additional licenses are available at €65 (reg. €95) each. You may download and install Vienna Ensemble Pro 6 from MyVSL anytime.

Best,
Paul

But if you look at the left side of the page in the boxes that are just to the left of the 'Details: Epic Orchestra 2.0' paragraphs in the 'additional license' line it only shows one price of 45 euros with nothing that says it's an upgrade or regular full price. Conflicting info.

 

IF YOU OWN VEP5 and/or 6 that price on the left is for upgrade!!!! I'm sure those of use who owns VEP5 or 6 gets a discount on each license compared to those who do not own neither...Read it again:


VEP by itself costs around $85 approx. The License is $51 approx. This is IF YOU ALREADY OWN VEP5 or 6. The INTRODUCTORY LICENSE price is $164, basically if you do not own it. So each license is going to cost EVERYBODY $51 approx USD because as of right now they are only giving us who upgrade 1 LICENSE which came with the upgrade and we only paid $85. Understand? $85 is not bad with Orchestra 2, but more patches would have been better LOL....

There is no discount on an extra license if you already own a previous version of VEPro. The extra license cost is the same for everyone. And those prices on the left side are for both new and upgrades - you have to be logged in to see your price if you already wn VEPro.

Jack
PT 2019.6 and DP 9.52 on OSX 10.13.6
Qapla!
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 02:14
by Dewdman42
Joined on Tue, Feb 27 2018, Park City, Utah, Posts 584

Originally Posted by: McArnes Go to Quoted Post

I’d try to treat Paul et al with a little bit more respect.

I have said nothing disrespectful towards anyone here, including Paul.

But doubling the price of my product in a year is not acceptable and I shall definitely voice it.  If VSL wants my business on VEP, they have to be more reasonable about it.  End of story.

5,1 MacPro 12core X 3.46ghz, 128gb ram, RX580 video, OSX Mojave, VSL (almost everything), LogicPro, Cubase10, StudioOne, DP9, Reaper, Dorico, Finale, MuseScore, Notion6, EW Hollywood Orch, Kirk Hunter, GPO, much more..
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 05:00
by littlewierdo
Joined on Sun, Apr 24 2016, Posts 236

And again, I dont understand why you guys are all upset. Do you know how many times over I have paid for Cubase? Its $150 yearly ($100 for the end of year upgrade and $50 for the mid-year upgrade). Having had a license for Cubase for several years now, I have paid once for Cubase Pro initially ($600), and in the four years Ive had the license, another $600.

Just for comparison, VEP6, in case anyone forgot, was released in late 2016.

Maybe you dont need epic orchestra, and I do completely agree, it is disengenuous for VSL to say you are getting it for free. You arent, you are paying a 30 Euro premium for epic orchestra. However, let me get this straight, you are complaining because the purchase price is 30 Euros higher for the first license? Put this in perspective, how many thousands of dollars have you spent on hardware and software? How much of it turned out to be for something you dont ever use? 30 Euros is the least of my concerns honestly.

As was previously stated, this is VSL pushing people to use Synchron. Personally, I hate the layout. I despise it. I think it was a piss poor decision to split their userbase into two groups. Their sounds should be compatible with both engines, allowing users of a more modern UI to use Synchron, while allowing those that like the look and feel of VI to use Instruments Pro. I have plenty of critiques for VSL, Im no fanboy by any stretch.

However, I see no issue with what VSL is doing here, other than forcing users who wish to upgrade to VEP7 to pay extra for EO. However, its only $30 Euros, and I am a bit biased, I love the epic orchestra 2.0 library, even if it is in the terrible Synchron player ui. Considering I have very few libraries that are any good for sketching (my libraries are all hundreds of gigabytes, thus, by the time they load, Ive taken the dog for a walk, taken a shower, and brushed my teeth), EO in combination with Smart Orchestra are alot of fun.

Oh, and as to my comments about free addons, what the heck is wrong with free addons? You dont have to use them.

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 05:01
by min
Joined on Sat, Jan 21 2012, Posts 2

What time will it be announced in detail about the new features?

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 06:03
by Dewdman42
Joined on Tue, Feb 27 2018, Park City, Utah, Posts 584

Originally Posted by: littlewierdo Go to Quoted Post

And again, I dont understand why you guys are all upset. Do you know how many times over I have paid for Cubase? Its $150 yearly ($100 for the end of year upgrade and $50 for the mid-year upgrade). Having had a license for Cubase for several years now, I have paid once for Cubase Pro initially ($600), and in the four years Ive had the license, another $600.

Just for comparison, VEP6, in case anyone forgot, was released in late 2016.

Maybe you dont need epic orchestra, and I do completely agree, it is disengenuous for VSL to say you are getting it for free. You arent, you are paying a 30 Euro premium for epic orchestra. However, let me get this straight, you are complaining because the purchase price is 30 Euros higher for the first license? Put this in perspective, how many thousands of dollars have you spent on hardware and software? How much of it turned out to be for something you dont ever use? 30 Euros is the least of my concerns honestly.

As was previously stated, this is VSL pushing people to use Synchron. Personally, I hate the layout. I despise it. I think it was a piss poor decision to split their userbase into two groups. Their sounds should be compatible with both engines, allowing users of a more modern UI to use Synchron, while allowing those that like the look and feel of VI to use Instruments Pro. I have plenty of critiques for VSL, Im no fanboy by any stretch.

However, I see no issue with what VSL is doing here, other than forcing users who wish to upgrade to VEP7 to pay extra for EO. However, its only $30 Euros, and I am a bit biased, I love the epic orchestra 2.0 library, even if it is in the terrible Synchron player ui. Considering I have very few libraries that are any good for sketching (my libraries are all hundreds of gigabytes, thus, by the time they load, Ive taken the dog for a walk, taken a shower, and brushed my teeth), EO in combination with Smart Orchestra are alot of fun.

Oh, and as to my comments about free addons, what the heck is wrong with free addons? You dont have to use them.

 

Well then of course you should give them your money.  I will not be giving them mine this time.

$500 in one year for VEP is way too much.  sorry.

5,1 MacPro 12core X 3.46ghz, 128gb ram, RX580 video, OSX Mojave, VSL (almost everything), LogicPro, Cubase10, StudioOne, DP9, Reaper, Dorico, Finale, MuseScore, Notion6, EW Hollywood Orch, Kirk Hunter, GPO, much more..
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 09:28
by Dominique
Joined on Fri, Aug 08 2008, Posts 178

Dewdman42 has a point in my opinion. With the upgrade to VE Pro 7 you either get downgraded from three licenses to just one, or you have to pay double the price of what the upgrade to VE Pro 6 cost. Advertising this as a new 'feature' feels disingenuous to me (in fact, it is the only 'feature' currently communicated apart from the integrated fx). If you feel you have to double the price of a software, please be upfront about it and explain why you feel it's necessary.

What is happening is that VSL is either downgrading us to one license for VE Pro 7, or asking double the price for three licenses. That is a substantial downgrade, or a hefty price increase. In my opinion, good marketing would have tried to explain it. Instead I feel as being taken for a fool.

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 10:07
by LAJ
Joined on Sun, Dec 13 2009, Posts 517
Do you know the Spitfire LABS-Series? It is free and NEW for EVERYBODY; not only for a few people.
Let's say ... the Viennese would recorda few Subbasses of their Film-Organ. It stands in the Hall anyway. They do not have to order a musician for this and the Editing would be less (no Dynamics). Herb said in an interview that this Subbass is an important part of the Puzzle and that is better than a Synth Subbass for the orchestral context. I think he is right. THAT would be a great present for EVERYBODY.
I hope you understand the difference.
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 11:19
by pablo1980
Joined on Tue, Jul 10 2012, Posts 18

Originally Posted by: littlewierdo Go to Quoted Post

And again, I dont understand why you guys are all upset. Do you know how many times over I have paid for Cubase? Its $150 yearly ($100 for the end of year upgrade and $50 for the mid-year upgrade). Having had a license for Cubase for several years now, I have paid once for Cubase Pro initially ($600), and in the four years Ive had the license, another $600.

Just for comparison, VEP6, in case anyone forgot, was released in late 2016.

Maybe you dont need epic orchestra, and I do completely agree, it is disengenuous for VSL to say you are getting it for free. You arent, you are paying a 30 Euro premium for epic orchestra. However, let me get this straight, you are complaining because the purchase price is 30 Euros higher for the first license? Put this in perspective, how many thousands of dollars have you spent on hardware and software? How much of it turned out to be for something you dont ever use? 30 Euros is the least of my concerns honestly.

As was previously stated, this is VSL pushing people to use Synchron. Personally, I hate the layout. I despise it. I think it was a piss poor decision to split their userbase into two groups. Their sounds should be compatible with both engines, allowing users of a more modern UI to use Synchron, while allowing those that like the look and feel of VI to use Instruments Pro. I have plenty of critiques for VSL, Im no fanboy by any stretch.

However, I see no issue with what VSL is doing here, other than forcing users who wish to upgrade to VEP7 to pay extra for EO. However, its only $30 Euros, and I am a bit biased, I love the epic orchestra 2.0 library, even if it is in the terrible Synchron player ui. Considering I have very few libraries that are any good for sketching (my libraries are all hundreds of gigabytes, thus, by the time they load, Ive taken the dog for a walk, taken a shower, and brushed my teeth), EO in combination with Smart Orchestra are alot of fun.

Oh, and as to my comments about free addons, what the heck is wrong with free addons? You dont have to use them.

 

1. Cubase doesn´t have a mid year $50 upgrade, is always in December and it is $100 for .0 versions and $50 for .5 versions. So, it is $150 in two years. VSL is asking us a lot more to be able to continue using the three licenses.

2. You are not getting it straight I´m afraid, we are not complaining about paying 30 euros more for EO, we are taking issue with the lack of communication about the licenses downgrade. Now we are facing rebuying the software again every couple of years to stay current because of the new licenses policy. That is not an upgrade policy, if we have to spend more than we payed the first time.

I appreciate that you feel the need to stand up for VSL business decisions but I would like an official response about the licenses downgrade, and why the upgrade now is costing more than what I payed the first time

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 11:40
by musicman691
Joined on Sun, Nov 18 2012, Posts 136

Originally Posted by: pablo1980 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: littlewierdo Go to Quoted Post

And again, I dont understand why you guys are all upset. Do you know how many times over I have paid for Cubase? Its $150 yearly ($100 for the end of year upgrade and $50 for the mid-year upgrade). Having had a license for Cubase for several years now, I have paid once for Cubase Pro initially ($600), and in the four years Ive had the license, another $600.

Just for comparison, VEP6, in case anyone forgot, was released in late 2016.

Maybe you dont need epic orchestra, and I do completely agree, it is disengenuous for VSL to say you are getting it for free. You arent, you are paying a 30 Euro premium for epic orchestra. However, let me get this straight, you are complaining because the purchase price is 30 Euros higher for the first license? Put this in perspective, how many thousands of dollars have you spent on hardware and software? How much of it turned out to be for something you dont ever use? 30 Euros is the least of my concerns honestly.

As was previously stated, this is VSL pushing people to use Synchron. Personally, I hate the layout. I despise it. I think it was a piss poor decision to split their userbase into two groups. Their sounds should be compatible with both engines, allowing users of a more modern UI to use Synchron, while allowing those that like the look and feel of VI to use Instruments Pro. I have plenty of critiques for VSL, Im no fanboy by any stretch.

However, I see no issue with what VSL is doing here, other than forcing users who wish to upgrade to VEP7 to pay extra for EO. However, its only $30 Euros, and I am a bit biased, I love the epic orchestra 2.0 library, even if it is in the terrible Synchron player ui. Considering I have very few libraries that are any good for sketching (my libraries are all hundreds of gigabytes, thus, by the time they load, Ive taken the dog for a walk, taken a shower, and brushed my teeth), EO in combination with Smart Orchestra are alot of fun.

Oh, and as to my comments about free addons, what the heck is wrong with free addons? You dont have to use them.

 

1. Cubase doesn´t have a mid year $50 upgrade, is always in December and it is $100 for .0 versions and $50 for .5 versions. So, it is $150 in two years. VSL is asking us a lot more to be able to continue using the three licenses.

2. You are not getting it straight I´m afraid, we are not complaining about paying 30 euros more for EO, we are taking issue with the lack of communication about the licenses downgrade. Now we are facing rebuying the software again every couple of years to stay current because of the new licenses policy. That is not an upgrade policy, if we have to spend more than we payed the first time.

I appreciate that you feel the need to stand up for VSL business decisions but I would like an official response about the licenses downgrade, and why the upgrade now is costing more than what I payed the first time

Agreed on the latter point. It's the almost total lack of communication from Paul & Vienna on not just the licensing fiasco but also what features are in version 7. Paul's hiding behind a smokescreen of 'we'll tell you about it when it drops'. To that I would add: 'give us your money now as we're very short on funds'.

 

I'm wondering something: where does the 30 euro more for EO come in?

Jack
PT 2019.6 and DP 9.52 on OSX 10.13.6
Qapla!
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 14:20
by Synetos
Joined on Mon, Jun 22 2015, USA, Posts 117

It is all just a big old marketing fumble, period!

If VSL would have announced all the VEP 7 feature candy that was coming, and it was seen as good stuff, noone would be whining about upgrade costs. We'd be whining about how long we have to wait to get our hands on it.

The pitch was misguided to think that most of us would care about EPIC. Like many users of VEP,  I got thousands $$$ tied up in VSL sample libraries. The cost of VEP, or its upgrades, is really trivial by comparison.

I dont care about EPIC update. Sure, it is nice, but I am more interested...like many...as to what VEP 7 brings to the party.

You guys can put this all to bed by just announcing the new features that will be in VEP 7. If you dont know yet, then why even announce it at all? It's like telling the kids we will go to Dairy Queen for a Blizzard...someday. They got some awesome new flavors. Your little kids are like "I wanna go now"..."when can we go"..."what flavors"?

If you dont know the prodcut features of VEP7 at this very moment, it likely means you are probably 12+ months out from a release of VEP 7.  If so, it makes no sense to announce anything. 

Hence...the marketing fumble.

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Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 14:35
by Bill
Joined on Fri, Sep 23 2005, Berkshires, MA, Posts 959

"If VSL would have announced all the VEP 7 feature candy that was coming, and it was seen as good stuff, noone would be whining about upgrade costs."

Remember, whining is your choice.

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Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 15:10
by Shamk
Joined on Fri, Oct 19 2018, Posts 11

I brough mine last BKFR, and for shure with no grace period, pay again 120€ for the 2 licence i need is not cheap for a simple hobbist.

But the fact that all the intro price is based on "buy it 'll have great feature" and will expire BEFORE features annoncement is little too much for the average hobbist ... it's a software not a lottery ticket ...

BTW i brought it, internal fx are always a great improvement, and i'm shure it will be a great version despite a bad annoncement !

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 15:36
by Synetos
Joined on Mon, Jun 22 2015, USA, Posts 117

Originally Posted by: Bill Go to Quoted Post

Remember, whining is your choice.

Agreed...but I am not whining...I am pointing out the whole basis for the whining many others are doing.

I will upgrade, I always do. I dont worry about the cost. If it has the features I want, and isnt a buggy mess, I will be all over it...no matter what the price point. However...my setup works just fine as it is, so I probably wont be an early adopter. 

DAW = Cubase Pro 10.5 & WaveLab 10
VEP Master = Windows 10 Pro - i7-5960x - 64GB Ram
VEP Slave = Windows 10 Pro - i9-7980XE - 128GB Ram
Audio Interfaces = DigiGrid IOXs. DSP = Waves eMotion LV1/64 & Extreme server
Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 17:55
by littlewierdo
Joined on Sun, Apr 24 2016, Posts 236

Vienna isnt removing a license. You KEEP your 3 VEP6 licenses. By doing the upgrade, each license upgrade ADDS a VEP7 license to your existing VEP6 licenses.

I have 3 VEP6 licenses. I bought 1 upgrade. I now have 3 VEP6 licenses and 1 VEP7 license.

UserPostedImage

As to Cubase, yes, I just looked, I guess they upgrade only yearly, but it certainly feels like twice a year, so thanks for the correction.. It is still an expensive upgrade, Ive had it for 4 years and paid $300 to upgrade it.

Posted on Thu, Feb 28 2019 18:46
by pablo1980
Joined on Tue, Jul 10 2012, Posts 18

Originally Posted by: littlewierdo Go to Quoted Post

Vienna isnt removing a license. You KEEP your 3 VEP6 licenses. By doing the upgrade, each license upgrade ADDS a VEP7 license to your existing VEP6 licenses.

I have 3 VEP6 licenses. I bought 1 upgrade. I now have 3 VEP6 licenses and 1 VEP7 license.

UserPostedImage

As to Cubase, yes, I just looked, I guess they upgrade only yearly, but it certainly feels like twice a year, so thanks for the correction.. It is still an expensive upgrade, Ive had it for 4 years and paid $300 to upgrade it.

I think VEP6 and VEP7 can´t coexist (correct me if I am wrong) and cannot communicate (Paul said so).

So, again, if you need to work with three computers and want to upgrade to VEP7 to stay current, you are missing two licenses, and you have to buy them

Adding just one VEP7 license to your three VEP6 licenses doesn´t work for people with multisystems, I don´t think is very hard to understand.

As for Cubase, you are correct saying that you paid $300 over 4 years, and with VEP new price policy, people who bought VEP for networking several computers (it´s primary objetive when it was released) would pay almost double than that in four years (about 250 euros per two years)

I understand your wish to stand up for Paul and company, and I have nothing but respect for them. I don´t mind that VSL would like to hike prices, or change policy, also I realize that the company doesn´t owe me an explanation for its business decisions, but I would appreciate one or two lines about it, instead of talking about the Taiko library.

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