.FREAKSHOW File Extension
Freakshow Industries License File
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What is an FREAKSHOW file?
A FREAKSHOW file is a license file used by a Freakshow Industries software program. It contains a plain text license key. Users load FREAKSHOW files to activate a Freakshow Industries program they bought or "stole."
Freakshow Industries produces plug-ins used to add features to many Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs), including Avid Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase, Apple Logic Pro, Ableton Live, and Cockos REAPER. These plug-ins are available for purchase on Freakshow Industries' website. Users can also "steal" the plug-ins, which provides them with the full version of the plug-in for free, with limitations on upgrades and support.
When a user purchases or "steals" a plug-in, they are provided with a license file used to activate the plug-in. These files use the .freakshow extension. Users can download their FREAKSHOW files from their Freakshow Industries account page. They can then use them to activate associated plug-ins.
How to open an FREAKSHOW file
You can open a FREAKSHOW file with Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or any other text editor to view the license it contains.
To use a FREAKSHOW file to activate a Freakshow Industries plug-in, open the plug-in in your DAW and select the plug-in's A button. Then, follow the on-screen prompts to load your FREAKSHOW file.