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Magix Music Maker 15 XXL
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Magix Music Maker 15 XXL

Digital Audio Editor from Magix belonging to the Music Maker series.

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Nordin Nordin
Publié le 04/17/09 à 15:01
Value For Money : Excellent
Premium Music Maker 15 is an excellent software to create music with samples, the software installation went well.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

To use Music Maker 15 premium is better to have a PC powerful Pentium 4 with 2 gigabytes of ram.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the software for 1 month, which I love with Music Maker 15 premium is you can go to the music in a very short time, why we must have good samples and creativity music. We may also use its own samples of bass guitar ... etc.

With Music Maker 15 Premium, you can lock on to easily beat its own loops (samples).
Once we have created his music with Music Maker, you export the file in 16 bit wave to 44100 kz, then after we mastered the music in Samplitude Pro, and now it sounds like the cd trade.

Excellent value for money

With the experience I would do this choice because Music Maker 15 Premium is the ball ...

Here some music composed with Music Maker 15 Premium:



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