Authorization for both Windows and OS X?

Dec 21, 2011 at 2:27am

Authorization for both Windows and OS X?

Hello all! Hopefully this isn’t a stupid question, but I browsed the FAQs, etc. and couldn’t find an answer.

I am looking at purchasing Max 6, but I have yet to decide on an operating system to use exclusively for live/studio audio. If I purchase Max, will I receive an authorization code that will allow me to download both Win and OS X versions should I decide to go the Mac route, or will I be forever tied to the Windows version and be required to buy Max again if I switch?

Thank you kindly!
~J

#60782
Dec 21, 2011 at 9:12am

download the trial of them both, use for a month, see which one fits, then buy the code for that one.

#218750
Dec 21, 2011 at 10:37am

afaik the license works for both

#218751
Dec 21, 2011 at 5:03pm

I don’t currently have a Mac, so I can’t experiment with both. I’m going to be running Ableton, Max for Live, and Max 6, which is a huge software price tag to endure, not to mention possibly purchasing a MacBook Pro. I’d like to begin building patches for my electroacoustic composition, but I don’t want to commit to a setup at the moment.

Thanks dtr, can anyone else confirm this? I can’t afford to be buying the software twice…

#218752
Dec 22, 2011 at 4:11pm

AFAIK you are allowed to run them on both OS’s or many computers just not simultaneously. Email support and they would tell you pretty quickly.

#218753

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