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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Zval 10/26/2011

Magix Samplitude Pro X : Zval's user review

«  Not disappoint ... »
5

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Value For Money : Excellent
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)