Magix Samplitude Music Studio 2013
Magix introduces Samplitude Music Studio 2013, with MIDI instruments, Mastering Suite 4 and 128 tracks.
The new MIDI instruments featured in Samplitude Music Studio 2013 are designed to provide more diversity when composing and producing music. The recording studio is equipped with new options and features such as Mastering Suite 4 and 128 tracks.
The four new Vita Solo Instruments are String Ensemble, World Percussion, Rock Drums and Bass Machine. From guitars to drums and orchestra instruments, the new sample player Vita 2 features a range of instruments. Guitar, bass or ukulele melodies can be played in the right pitch with the new virtual tuner. Connect the guitar to the computer and it will be processed by Vandal SE, the virtual guitar and bass amp.
The 128 tracks are now available in 24-bit 96 kHz studio quality.
You can use the new FX "eFX Vocal Strip" to make vocal recordings sound more powerful, or "eFX Compressor" for "a warm, powerful sound for objects, tracks or complete arrangements." Mastering Suite 4 is suited for optimizing the sound in arrangements. A new 6-band EQ is also included.
Operates on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. Requires 1GB RAM and 1GB hard disk space for program installation.
Visit www.magix.com/us/samplitude-music-studio for more details.
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