Magix Music Maker gets much needed revamp it’s been waiting for
Magix Music Maker is back, after over 20 years in the game, with their most revolutionary update so far.
The thing that’s always stood out about Magix Music Maker is the incredibly accessible entry curve, often being the first steps that a lot of Windows users take into the world of music production.
The layout has always been simple and intuitive, offering just enough tools to learn the basics. In 2017 Magix Music Maker saw the release of a free version, which skyrocketed the user base to over 2 million producers!
In the latest update Magix Music Maker’s engine has been revamped with the implementation of the 64-bit Hybrid Audio Engine as seen in Magix’s flagship DAW software, Samplitude.
Magix Music Maker Plus adds multicore support and a host of extra plugins and sounds, while the Premium version adds more sounds and some higher-end plugins from iZotope and more.
<h4> Which users is Magix Music Maker aimed at?
With the revamped audio engine and new plugins, it’s safe to say that Magix Music Maker can be added to our list of free professional DAW’s, while not as fully-featured as some of the others on the list, it poses as a fantastic option for new users getting into the world of music production.
“We’re now bringing loop-based production to a whole new level of performance. And the results can be clearly heard. There’s a huge improvement to overall sound and performance, all thanks to the new audio engine. Now, anyone can create their own songs in high quality and in no time at all, even if they don’t have any previous experience.” said Matthias Trautwein of Magix
Like mentioned above, Magix Music Maker comes in three versions, “Standard” being the free version, “Plus” goes for USD $60 (Around R800) and “Premium” goes for USD $130 (Around R1750).
Check out the Magix website for more details.