I’ve written a few posts on this blog pertaining to people looking for SAM Broadcaster keys/cracks/keygens etc…
When I wrote them I had no idea that those posts would take on a life of their own.
As far as I’m aware Spacial Audio don’t seem to think there’s a problem with people wanting pirated versions of their badly written software. Although they do put in several DMCA requests to Google every year.
Just been for a look at the Spacial Audio blog and saw that Louis Louw is to step down as CTO (Chief Technology officer)
Louis Louw has been in charge of Spacial for over 16 years now and you would have thought as one of the co-founders he’d have worked harder on the development of the program to iron out all the glaring bugs and random crashing issues?
When in reality they just lurched from one badly written version of SAM Broadcaster to another.
We guess that now means Spacial Audio are only based in the US and Canada with Louis stepping down as CTO they’ll lose their South Africa offices though they haven’t listed South Africa on their Twitter account for a while now.
Maybe now the development team should be able to make SAM Broadcaster the stable reliable program it was supposed to have been?
We won’t hold our breath on that one though… The software was that badly coded in the past we guess it’ll be difficult for them to track down and find the bugs that need fixing.
We doubt anyone will miss Louis Louw as CTO.
I personally think he’s held the software back for years with very little in the way of development while still raking in the cash from users purchasing software from them.
Bye Bye Louis Louw you really were awful at listening to what your customers wanted from a piece of software.