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Magix Samplitude Music Studio 15
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Magix Samplitude Music Studio 15

General Sequencer from Magix belonging to the Music Studio series.

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Anonymous
Published on 10/16/09 at 05:11
Value For Money : Poor
NOTICE SAMPLITUDE MUSIC STUDIO 16 (Version 15 is already Exceeds)

Super simple installation
No incompatibilitbr /> working on version dmo (by registering there has access to 30 days without any restrictions), I do not even need
instructions

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

IMAC Mount dual boot via Bootcamp on OS Leopard + Win XP PRO
Sound card TASCAM 1641 ...

Impeccable software, no problem encountered is good from Samplitude and not as product (I 6Studio Samplitude, Samplitude 10SE and I test Samplitude 16 MS and my soft prfr is ... Version 16)


NOTICE GLOBAL

I discovered Samplitude (pro) by chance there is of it a few years (the sellers swear by Cubase and ProTools LE ...) and owner of Sam6Studio I needed some something more rcent (ASIO Vsti) and Sampro is too expensive for me.

I test all versions of MUSIC studio, and have all abandoned with regret because they all had problems of standards ...
I adopted from the Sonar Version3 until 8 ...

And I have the experience resounds Sam / MS Version 16 this month because there is now a dmo completely open with no restrictions ... AND Lbr />
Discovery <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" />

Hyper complete, rich soft, with excellent virtual instruments, a modern interface, think back, with a superb design dsormais (Carbon), a soft as stable and reliable as Samplitude Pro ...

For 59euros ... How to say? In principle no hesitation ... but I bought Sonar8 there is little ... so I still wonder ...

I started up a test in Sonar8.31 yesterday I closed the project, I reopened a few hours after, MIDI tracks are still the virtual instrumentals but also no connection between the two , redo everything from scratch ... ... Ecoeur I spend the same project under SAM 16 ... I close, I open, no worries ...
Goodbye Sonar, Samplitude I dfinitivement password and upgrade to for a super price reduces

Simple and clear interface, flawless management of plugins, good virtual instruments sold with the pack, a price "ridiculously" low. My choice is made. Samplitude Music Studio 16 (why is it still a question of version 15 AF ???) and Samplitude 11 without a doubt.

If I had switcher 100% I would opt for OS X Apple Studio 9, not for anything else but for PCs, the series Samplitude, including dsormais version "base", I personally have never seen better.

Magix has normment worked on his product range beginning, bringing a level I think ingalable (for this range). Therefore forget one hand the errors of previous versions, and secondly, not to confuse between price and quality. I had much more expensive apps (3X more expensive 6X) hands, this "small" Samplitude is much better ...

I highly recommend testing Sam MS 16 dmo 30 day, not to Tlcharger virtual instrumentals to test everything.
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