Magix Samplitude Pro X
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Magix Samplitude Pro X

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

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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the dwarf03/11/2014

the dwarf's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Magix Samplitude Pro X
Yes.
The manual is in the software.
It is huge and sufficient.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Toshiba laptop
Core I7
RME Fireface UC
Samplitude Pro X works Impec

OVERALL OPINION

Few days but I've used previous versions of Samplitude.
Of Daws I used:
Cubase, Acid, Live.
Samplitude air Magix a toy at first.
Then when you start to look at the list of keyboards shortcuts.
It is a monstrous program that does it all and does it very well.
I love the visualization of sounds and how automation of volume
play on. This gives really effective visual cues.
And recess. Most samplitude, that can be put on each effect a sound separately, even if they are on the same track.
I've never seen planting malgrès all the different effects that I put on the sounds.
It is quite expensive but much less than the Pro Tools or Steinberg when he really concurrency. A real pleasure to work ...
Amok_10/09/2013

Amok_'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Top to record and mix"

Magix Samplitude Pro X
Very easy to install! Thank you to keep magix have a serial number and not have to go on the internet to validate or use a wrench!
Manual in French very big! the harder it is to read

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Laptop Vista 32/dual core 2Ghz with 4GB memory / soundcard Edirol UA101
If this is not a rocket (normal still with my conf), it works fine

OVERALL OPINION

After long use cubase, reaper try, live and studio Samplitude, I received Xmas and Samplitude Pro is now my friend

Side-noon, he is well equipped (piano roll, list, quantification humaniseur) and even advanced functions like switching audio midi groove
However, I still use my old cubase vst to compose because it is much faster and I know him very well next twelve o'clock

Instrument-pm: it features a number of instrument as a sound bank, a synth, a drum machine, a virtual drummer ... but I is not terrible, it is not the best side of Samplitude

Audio-Coté: then there is just great, and use it to record, edit, and especially MIXER is a killer

Instrument-audio: It is perfectly equipped with everything we need, vst presets have great sound and perfectly. Clearly, we do not need to add expensive plugins
Le Joss11/15/2012

Le Joss's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" the rolls multitrack audio."

Magix Samplitude Pro X
Samplitude 11 Upgrade.
Immediate installation, immediate authorization on the CodeMeter.
French version with the manual properly translated.
Samplitude request just time to adjust after each new version is compatible with previous projects and experiments are almost the same.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

PC Win 7 64 bit, Sam ProX also works under Win XP. In both cases no crash.
My projects have up to twenty tracks with 2 or 3 virtual instruments effects insert, bus, the master ... Although user of Samplitude 15 years, I am always amazed at the fluidity of the DAW.

OVERALL OPINION

I ProX for 6 months, but I use Sam for 15 years. I tried cubase and cakewalk: bof, Logic Audio not included, pro tools seems every year to discover the functions that I already use. So I stay in Samplitude. ProX version is particularly successful. It is not given to the one who started on Sam, but the follow versions and upgrade once every two or three is not ruinous.
Plus, this approach is the use of objects and right click.
The mixer is also easy and complete.
Is entitled to a track editor which avoids recall a detail table when you are in the arrangement.
And each plugin has a dozen automatable parameters, the mouse (and ear), or direct adjustment of the track editor.
Excellent choice.
Zval10/26/2011

Zval's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not disappoint ..."

Magix Samplitude Pro X
Installation is hassle-free, I bought the download version because I was right in the redesign and relocation of my homestudio, then press relations.
I had some fears of adaptation and incompatibility because I went directly from the version 8pro to it and I had a check the next day. Finger in the nose, quickly found its mark, the logic remained the same, except for 2-3 features that I found it difficult to find.
I have not had time to read the manual ... I'll take a look later if problem.
Question configuration, easy? it depends, we must already understand the words, someone who knows will have no great difficulty for a beginner is a little more hardcore, but there are probably way to start with a basic configuration " factory "and trainer in the manual to try to make best use of the software's capabilities.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Motherboard: P5Q Proc: Intel QuadCore 2.4 GHz Ram: 4g Soundcard: MOTU Ultralite mkII and PowerCore
The software does not flinch, knowing that the version 8, I had some problems and resources of buffer on the hard drive as soon as I got to mix (and therefore plugs, eqs, and many tracks). More problems at the moment, knowing that I pushed him into a corner on multiple records I do. Is it better to accept my sound card or it is more stable?
Some problems to initialize a few plugs on the first start, but easily resolved

OVERALL OPINION

I use this version for 3 weeks, but I use Samplitude for almost 10 years, I bought this version because relatively cheap compared to other versions (500 euros against 900). I work occasionally on Logic (equipped with buddies mac), unfortunately I do not really detailed things on it, but it seems to me much less flexible. When I use ProTools to be honest, I think the software more stable, especially in HD (necessarily). After that, I think most every professional has his software of choice in which he can do whatever he wants without thinking, so I will not get to judge technically and practically the other DAW.
+ What I like:
- The treatment object by object (which was samplitude)
- Ease of editing and mixing
- The quality / price ratio
- Pressing standard RedBook
- Automation of plug (it's not new, but it was a struggle on the version 8)
- The internal effects and samplers to download
What I like -:
- I will tell you that the first bug (I could rant on, like any self-respecting sound engineer)