I'll expand on this to say that I'm much more interested in having (for example) 10 instrument "slots". That could be Guitar for me, piano for me, guitar for daughter 1, guitar for daughter 2, voice for daughter 2 etc. In this way, you're limited but you can get value for MORE THAN ONE PERSON. Premium+ is mega not cheap now, so the odds that I'd buy it for me *and* each of my kids is zero. This means either their lessons / progress are commingled with mine or we find a more family-friendly online resource.
There is so much money being left on the table. If you don’t want to do open multi user, why not allow multi-instrument (like today) but allow those to be allocated to different profile; i.e. guitar for me, voice for daughter A and a second guitar for daughter B. People want this and are Willing to pay. For now, my daughter just works inside of my guitar profile, replaying stuff at her pace. The cash is right there... on the table.
It makes no sense not to offer this. People w/ kids are not buying second and third accounts. Their kids are just sharing. This would all be new revenue, not to mention those who don't subscribe at all because of this shortcoming.
They need to figure out how to mitigate friend-sharing, but in the end it may not matter since most of those who would share probably wouldn't pay on their own. You could always limit concurrent usage to 1 or 2 users if 5 family members are permitted.
It would be pure gravy to them. My daughter uses Y under my account and just replays past lessons & stuff. I'm not shelling out for another full membership but would most certainly pay a reasonable amount to add her as a discrete user.
To avoid sharing across friends / non-family, I would be OK to have multiple profiles but no concurrent usage. In this way, friend-sharing becomes less practical. Nonetheless, those who would share an account are probably not likely to pay for their own, so as I suggested earlier, it's probably all gravy.Anonymous supported this idea ·
I definitely support this. A lead-in not only after pause but also on song start. Some songs have very short delays to get ready. The strum to start suggestion is also good and would be nice in addition to an optional lead-in on start and pause.