Magix Samplitude Pro X Suite
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Magix Samplitude Pro X Suite

Samplitude Pro X Suite, General Sequencer from Magix in the Samplitude series.

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Alternat Runner 07/15/2012

Magix Samplitude Pro X Suite : Alternat Runner's user review

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The installation is done it without problem?
No worries, as always with Magix products.

Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
No incompatibilities (seven 64bits)

The general configuration is easy?
Very simple. My sound card was recognized imméditement (M-Audio Audiophile 192).

The manual is clear and sufficient?
The manual is clear enough from the time when we already know and handle a particular sequencer Samplitude.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / RAM / hard / soundcard ..)

CM: ASUS PP8Z77V
CPU: Intel i7 3770
RAM: Corsair (16 GB)
SYS HDD: WD 500 GB
DD DATAS: 1 TB WD
Audio: M-Audio Audiophile 192

The software runs he correctly on this configuration?
No problem, no instability or crash bug. Everything runs like clockwork. This is what Samplitude ...

OVERALL OPINION

How long you use it?
I was already using Samplitude 10.

Did you tried many other models before buying it?
Yes. Mainly Cubase and Acid and Live.

What is so special that you love the most, least?
What I love most, it is obviously the fact of working in object mode. This opens up huge, both in terms of editing, as management of effects and tracks themselves. I also like its stability and neutrality audio.

What I like least? The price, no doubt, a little too high, even if it seems justified to use. The new docking system is not the easiest.

How would you rate the quality / price?
As mentioned earlier, I think the price is a bit high, especially in competition. But hey, at the same time, Samplitude offers a mode of operation and stability unparalleled. In any case the way it works for me perfectly.

With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes, undoubtedly. Once we tasted the object mode, it's hard to go back!