New Version Of Cakewalk Beginners Software

US Cakewalk releases Music Creator 6 Touch with Window 8 Touch support      25/04/13

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Cakewalk says that Music Creator 6 Touch makes it fun and easy to create original music or remix your favorite songs - with no musical experience required.

A spokesperson told us, "Transform any Windows 7 or 8 computer into your own personal music studio. Music Creator has all the tools, loops, instruments, and FX you need to create, edit, and mix great music. And when you're ready to share your music with the world, you can burn a CD or use SoundCloud to post your music on Facebook and Twitter."

Music Creator 6 Touch also adds touch support for Intel-inspired Ultrabooks and other Windows 8 touch enabled devices. Use the same multi-touch gestures you've grown accustomed to on your smartphone to interact with Music Creator 6 Touch.

Highlights

  • Seamlessly create, record, edit, and mix your music using the
  • award-winning Skylight user interface
  • Get creative with 32 audio tracks and 128 instrument tracks
  • A complete backing band - includes 6 virtual instruments
  • All the must-have FX including Reverb, EQ, more
  • Plug-in your guitar and get incredible sounds using
  • the Overloud TH2 Creator amp simulator
  • Create beats and drum tracks with the integrated Step Sequencer
  • Trigger audio and MIDI loops using the Matrix View
  • for real-time performance and remixing
  • Easily drag and drop loops, instruments, FX, and project
  • templates from the built-in Browser
  • Plus! Use any Windows 8 touch enabled device and
  • interact directly with the software using your hands


Pricing and Availability:

$49.99

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