Magix released Samplitude Music Studio 2015
Magix completes its 2015 edition audio tools with the new version of Samplitude Music Studio.
Samplitude Music Studio 2015 is an advanced version of the Music Studio 2015 edition included with the latest version of Music Maker. This new edition of the DAW for Windows adds the following new features:
- Urban Drums virtual drum machine
- Analog Synths for bass, keys, strings, organs and more
- Wold Flutes
- Celtic Harp
- Upgraded the Vocal Tune pitch corrector to v2
- Directional Meter displays the distribution of the instruments as a stereo image
- Object zoom
- Virtual keyboard optimized for touch screens
- Toolbar customization
- Vandal SE with guitar and bass amp simulations
- 3 vintage synth plug-ins for 80s sounds
- 64-bit and multicore support
Samplitude Music Studio 2015 also includes the Mastering Suite 4, Beatbox 2 Plus, the Vita Sample Player, the DN-e1 virtual synth and the MR-128 multitrack recorder.
This new version is available for 99€ / $99.99 at www.magix.com.
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