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In-depth Feature:  Magix Music Studio 7.0
Scott Kinnebrew writes: .

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All in all, Music Studio 7 is a great, well-rounded program, and one not one to be taken lightly by anyone, pro or beginner. Midi Studio has brought the features of the "big boys" down to the level of the budget user.

Beginners may initially find it a bit on the confusing side, this is a program that won’t be conquered in a day, but once mastered it will stay with you for a long while.

Each program alone is easily worth the $49.99 for the standard, and really even the $99.99 for the deLuxe. With all it's features and extras, there is no other program in this price range, or even 2 or 3 times as much, that I have yet to see which offers what MAGIX does with Music Studio 7.

Even though each version is a complete studio program, the deLuxe version, with its additional features, broader sample selection, more virtual instruments, video synchronization and CD burning appears to offer better value.

All in all these are two great programs, merged into one great product. MAGIX has definitely taken a step to secure their place in the world of music creation software, one that should not be taken lightly by others. Music Studio 7 is full-featured software, at a very attractive price.

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    hmooa    Said...

    that is really a good program

    26-Aug-07 10:26 AM

    AB MOSLEY PINE.TV    Said...

    I was mislead into buying a magix studio program, and had to buy a new computer to make it work, Also I would not buy a program where I have to disable the cookies, which invites all their -friends- into to crash it. is there an inboard metronome HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    31-Dec-07 05:12 PM

    a from the manch of g    Said...

    i have the audio studio 2004 edition (4.0) and i think it works really well

    04-Jan-08 08:19 PM

    Mushu, DJ to be    Said...

    I got MAGIX with a midi cable puchase that was made for an early birthday present.

    I Got to say that I was blown away.

    The interface reminded me a lot of ACID, SONY's music editing software.

    And MAGIX midi studio is not just limited to midis, it can do audio files mixed to MP3's as well!

    As a familiar to ACID, the interface came naturally to me.

    The studio controls my keyboard fantastically, although my keyboard is limited to four channels ( >_< stupid CTK-533.)

    The virtual instrument sounds are actually determined by your computer's sound card, and so only sounds good with good cards.

    The audio loops make it easy to make a mix to suit your style, talk about digital DJ.

    The only con is that in the monitor, there is only a hard drive access indicator.

    Audio studio is also awesome, although I am not fully familiar with it, but from what I have seen, it is LOADED with functions, and is almost pro-level quality.

    In my scale of Blue to Red (red being the worst,) it is definately worth the blue CD it came on.

    26-Mar-08 07:40 AM

    Mushu, DJ to be    Said...

    To be exact, the blue CD was a software package that is a standard for MIDI keyboards, but the product version I have is good enough for me!

    26-Mar-08 07:45 AM

    James    Said...

    Music studio 7 has found its way onto my computer via the Magix audio cleaning lab. Windows cannot open the files to uninstall it. please advise me how to do so. E-mail

    05-Oct-09 01:17 PM

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