Magix updates Music Studio series softwares
Magix has released 2016 versions of Samplitude Music Studio and its little brother Music Studio.
The difference between both DAW versions resides in the number of functionalities and included plugins: while Samplitude Music Studio 2016 features 19 diverse virtual instruments, Music Studio 2016 only has 4; while the flagship version allows multitrack recording in 24-bit/96 kHz studio quality, the lesser version is limited to 16-Bit/48 kHz. Also, the first is compatible with VST2 and VST3 plugins while the second only allows VST2. Samplitude Music Studio 2016 also allows to operate a recording using the Magix Audio Remote app, and includes project templates.
Samplitude Music Studio 2016 is available for $99.99/€99.99/£69.99.
Music Studio 2016 is available for $49.99/€49.99/£34.99.
More details available from www.magix.com.
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