Cakewalk Music Creator 6
Cakewalk announced Music Creator 6, the newest version of its music-making software.
Music Creator includes hundreds of instrument sounds and effects, as well as the tools you need to create and share your music with the world, featuring export and upload to Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and more using SoundCloud.
Music Creator 6 Highlights
- Based on Cakewalk’s SONAR X1 studio software
- Record up to 160 tracks of audio & MIDI (32 audio and 128 MIDI)
- 24-bit audio quality
- Drag & drop instrument sounds, loops, more (over 4 GBs of content)
- Song Construction Kits for creation of backing tracks
- Hundreds of instruments and 1,000 music loops (beats, bass, guitars, keyboards, horns, strings, and more)
- 3 virtual instruments: Cakewalk Sound Center for access of hundreds of instrument sounds, TTS-1 General MIDI sound module featuring Roland sounds, and Studio Instruments Drums that looks like a real drum kit
- Effects include EQ, Reverb, Delay and guitar amp tones from IK Multimedia AmpliTube 3 CS guitar amp simulator
- Remix tracks and jam with the Matrix View
- Create playlists and burn songs or an album to audio CD
- Upload songs to SoundCloud and share using social media sites
- Print musical notation scores and lead sheets
- Integrated video help created by Groove3, the video tutorial experts (over 1 hour of video), to get you started and guide you along the music creation process; free technical support resources
Pricing and Availability
Cakewalk Music Creator 6 has an estimated street price of $39.99 U.S, and is available at select consumer electronics and computer retailers including Best Buy, Target, Office Depot, Office Max, Fry's Electronics, J&R Music & Computer World, Micro Center, Staples, and Amazon.com. Music Creator 6 is also available direct from Cakewalk.com as a download or boxed version.
For more information, visit www.cakewalk.com.
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