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    Oliver Hotz
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  1. Another user was bringing this up to me recently, and what I came up with was a licencing implementation. The way it works, is that you'd essentially use a blackboxed hda, that has an additional license implementation, that either locks the HDA to a machine(s) or has a time based limit, etc... That way, you could say "hey, this is prior work, and I'll license it to you (the studio, or whoever) for the duration of this project, or a defined amount of time. Once that time/licence expires, the HDA will no longer work, until it is re-licensed. Its been working quite well and should take care of the problem when it is a problem. If you are interested, feel free to get in contact.