MAGIX Latest Music Maker Now Features 64-bit Hybrid Audio Engine Pro DAW’ Audio Engine

The 23-year old Magix’s Music Maker - a beginner-friendly music production app for Windows - says its latest PRO-grade update is revolutionary.

Music Maker released this week its latest updates, and it includes what the company considers to be its most “revolutionary” features since its first release in 1994, 23 years ago. The loop-based music production software, which has been downloaded by over 2 million music producers worldwide has stepped up its grade with a pro-grade professional audio engine, multicore support, and numerous new loops and effects.

Steven Epstein 17 Grammy Awards W inner,Classical Producer, Engineer, said, “Sequoia has been my go to DAW for many years and has proven to be an incredibly robust and intuitive workstation. It’s editing and mastering capabilities are second to none and I can always depend on Sequoia’s sonic neutrality.”

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Music Maker highlights include a professional audio engine for true studio sound with Multicore support for improved performance, over 330 Soundpools, effects & instruments, New high-quality plug-ins: Analog Modelling Suite, Vintage Effects Suite, VariVerb II and Ozone 8 Elements by iZotope and as long as it continues to develop the software, free updates.

Canadian musician Simtem said in an interview, “Music Maker is a powerful DAW that can also be used by professionals. I chose Music Maker as my DAW because of its simplicity when I first got into producing. Then as I kept on making music and growing as an artist, I realized Music Maker is also a powerful DAW that can be used by professionals as well.”

MAGIX Music Maker Premium is known for it huge, varied loop library and a drag and drop loops user-friendly interface. The latest version of the drum plugins has improved. It’s great software for beginners and now with this latest version, professional alike, especially if you are on a budget. This is a reputable, low-cost program to help you learn the intricacies of music production.

“Since its release in March 2017, the free version of Music Maker has been used by over 2 million new beat producers,” says Matthias Trautwein, Product Owner for Music Maker. “We’re now bringing loop-based production to a whole new level of performance. And the results can be clearly heard. There’s a huge improvement to overall sound and performance, all thanks to the new audio engine. Now, anyone can create their own songs in high quality and in no time at all, even if they don’t have any previous experience.”


Cyril Picard, Techno Producer told The Scope Weekly “I was drawn to Music Maker because of its simplicity and no-frills interface. The software enables me to reach the essence of the music.”

Operating system
Windows
Windows Phone
PlayStation 2
Android

Price and availability:

Music Maker – free download

Music Maker Plus Edition – € 59,99 / $59.99 / £49.99

Music Maker Premium Edition – € 129,99 / $129.99 / £99.99

Music Maker Control Edition – € 169,99 / – / £119.99 (Music Maker Premium Edition + USB keyboard)

Music Maker Performer Edition – € 199,99 / – / £139.99 (Music Maker Premium Edition + novation Launchkey Mini)

Photos courtesy of MAGIX.


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