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    Hardware Transfer Question

    I'm getting ready to sell my Apollo TB Quad and am trying to figure out what will be included for the new buyer if I don't transfer my plugins. I understand the Analog Classics bundle will be included but are either of the UA 610 Mic Pre plugs included? Am I missing anything else?

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    It should only be the analog classics bundle that came with the interface .

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    It's confusing since the AC bundle for Apollo is different (I think 610A? Some Softube amps too?), then Octos got some extra(s) too (the 610A definitely).
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    Gannon, any possibility of a confirmation so we can Sticky this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hepworth View Post
    Gannon, any possibility of a confirmation so we can Sticky this?
    Sure.

    When someone sells an Apollo, the new owner automatically gets the Analog Classics Plus Bundle, which includes the UA610-B.

    The seller also retains those licenses and a new set is given to the new owner.

    So, they don't really travel with the device as is the case with paid plug-ins, but they are granted as new licenses for the new owner.

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniversalAudio View Post

    So, they don't really travel with the device as is the case with paid plug-ins...

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    In what instance would plugins travel with the device? What "paid plug-ins" are we talking about?

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    I think he means the ones you buy are on your devices so if you sell a device you need to decide to transfer with all paid plugs or none ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcatthedog View Post
    I think he means the ones you buy are on your devices so if you sell a device you need to decide to transfer with all paid plugs or none ?
    Exactly. When you sell your Apollo, you decide if you're going to sell your plug-ins with it or not. Aside from the bundle that ships with the unit, all other plug-ins are paid for and the licenses belong to you. So, you get to decide if you're going to retain the licenses and use them with another piece of UA gear or sell all of them to the new owner.

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful hamster View Post
    It's confusing since the AC bundle for Apollo is different (I think 610A? Some Softube amps too?), then Octos got some extra(s) too (the 610A definitely).

    When I bought an Apollo last June, the 610B came with it. I wonder if from time to time UA changes what is in the classic bundle.

    :- Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniversalAudio View Post
    Sure.

    When someone sells an Apollo, the new owner automatically gets the Analog Classics Plus Bundle, which includes the UA610-B.

    The seller also retains those licenses and a new set is given to the new owner.

    So, they don't really travel with the device as is the case with paid plug-ins, but they are granted as new licenses for the new owner.

    Hope that helps!

    -GK
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Schenk View Post
    When I bought an Apollo last June, the 610B came with it. I wonder if from time to time UA changes what is in the classic bundle.

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