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    I decided to completely uninstall it after I had a few crashes after trying to use Sonars own EQ Plugin. Since there will be no more support, I am not going to wait for something catastrophic to happen. I'm out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinky View Post
    Fwiw, this could just be Gibson's way of putting the brand up for sale. I'm sure they've gotten a number of serious inquiries to buy the product line since the announcement. There's no real reason to get rid of Sonar, it's a fine product and people are buying/using it. It just might have grown too big for Gibson to manage or want to deal with. A smaller software company might do fine with the meager revenue stream, as their one and only product. Gibson doesn't have a lot of software options in their portfolio, so when they bought it I'm sure they figured they would share some of the development and support costs with what they already had but that may not have panned out.
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    I think Gibson brands really needed the cash. good for users. not so much for Gibson
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