Magix Music Maker 2017 The program is suitable for any ability, whether seasoned professional or complete beginner, thanks to its simple and intuitive ‘easy mode’. Whether you are mixing a sound track for your home movies, or DJ creating a new dance track, there are plenty of effects, loops and editing options to keep you going – plus, Music Maker is just plain fun to use.The installation file is much larger than either WavePad or Acoustica. Of course, this translated into longer wait times during set-up but it didn’t make the installation itself any more complicated and it didn’t require a restart.Music Maker includes a processor, channel mixer, infinite cue points, effects previewer, equalizer and frequency tuner – to name a few editing tools. Included effects, such as reverb, chorus, flanger and cross-fade, can be easily executed but you may find yourself spending a few days exploring the possibilities just because it’s so fun.One minor drawback is that it doesn’t include a voice reduction feature, making it difficult/impossible to remove vocals from recordings and thereby unsuitable for creating karaoke tracks.There are no surprises in terms of audio import options which include line-in, sound cards, MIDI and CD. Music Maker can also export files to be used on portable devices such as iPods, iPhones and Creative Zen.Magix has included some impressive online extras for its registered users. For example, if the software doesn’t provide a specific sound that you need, you can harness the power of Catooh, an extensive online content library, to find it. Catooh contains drum loops, sound effects and even vocals.Home video enthusiasts will find that the program makes it simple to marry video to audio tracks and upload them directly onto YouTube.Music Maker’s interface is both stylish and relatively user friendly. With a few clicks, you’ll be able to cut, enhance and remix audio files using the software presets.If you’ve had no experience using audio editing software before, we highly recommend viewing the tutorials which will guide you through the various software tools. Once you’ve learned what the features can do and how to use them, you’ll be off and mixing. Music Maker may not offer the easiest user interface but it is fun to use and remarkably simple given the amount of effects it provides.If you enjoy a challenge, turning off ‘easy mode’ will provide hours of entertainment. The 1500 included effects can all be tweaked and the possibilities will easily keep even advanced users engaged for quite some time.
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