Magix Samplitude Pro X4 Software (Download)
Magix Samplitude Pro X4 provides a comprehensive collection of core features, functions, and tools - for recording, mixing and mastering. Professional effects plug-ins, efficient and powerful editing functions, as well as a superbly clean and dynamic audio engine, are just some of the features that has given Samplitude the ability to continually set new standards in professional audio for more than 25 years.
Magix Samplitude Pro X4 Software is the perfect solution for professional audio production: From arrangement and recording to mixing and post-production – Samplitude offers ideal workflows for professional users and mastering engineers, as well as for bands and home studios. Absolute sound neutrality & optimal latency management ensure studio recordings of the highest precision. The performance, as well as the multicore handling, has been optimized: Samplitude now support up to 32 CPU cores. Important features like automation editing for effect parameters and the MIDI editor have been significantly improved. Additionally, the entire plug-in handling has been redesigned and optimized.
Magix Samplitude Pro X4 Software (Download) Features
- The best quality in audio processing that meets the highest standards
- NEW! Automation Lanes for optimal handling and overview of track automation data
- NEW! New plug-in browser for quick and efficient searches for effects and instruments
- NEW! Improved performance: Samplitude now supports CPUs with up to 32 cores
- NEW! New MIDI editing functions offer unlimited creativity, improved MIDI-Workflow
- Melodyne 4 Essential for high-quality pitch editing and correction
- 17 virtual instruments & MAGIX Independence with a 12 GB library
Magix Samplitude Pro X4 Software (Download) Specifications
- Microsoft Windows 7 | 8 | 10
- Processor: 2 GHz
- RAM: 2 GB (32-bit), 4 GB (64-bit)
- Graphics card: Onboard, minimum resolution 1024 x 768
- Available drive space: 4 GB min. for program installation (20 GB recommended)
- Internet connection: Required for activating and validating the program, as well as for some program functions. Program requires one-time registration.
- Supported import formats
- Audio: WAV, Broadcast WAV, WAV with codec, AAC, MP3, OGG Vorbis, AIFF, FLAC, SD2, WMA, MIDI standard formats (MID, GM, GS, XG)
- Video: DV-AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, HDV HD1, HDV HD2, MXV, DVCPRO, AVC-Intra, WMV(HD)
- Supported export formats
- Audio: WAV, broadcast WAV, WAV with codec, AAC, MP3, OGG Vorbis, AIFF, FLAC, WMA, MIDI Standard format (MID)
Magix Samplitude Pro X4 Software (Download) Includes
- License for Samplitude Pro X4
- Including 17 virtual instruments & MAGIX Independence with a 12 GB library
- License for Melodyne 4 Essential
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I'm being very careful to be as honest as I can, because I know how important these reviews can be to people. I've only used it for a couple of weeks, so I don't have the clout to give you a full review, but so far, and also the reason I purchased it is because, for one, it's the most user friendly DAW I've used. I own Cubase 9 and it's a great program, but for me, it's extremely tedious, at least compared to Pro X3. I'm trying to be correct, or careful about this, but to me, it seems like this software "sounds" clearer than Cubase 9. That's only my opinion, but, I think it's the same opinion as the Front End Audio guy who commented on this software. I'm very excited about getting into Melodyne, especially because the groups I've recorded live lately are singing out of tune a lot. I know that might be to much to deal with using Melodyne, in terms of time spent to fix things, but at least I figure I could use it for some of the more major flaws of pitch. Overall, I'm just having the best experience with Pro x3, and from what I've read and looking at the index, I
m sure it'll do more that what I even need it to. If things change for me later, I'll update this review or write another one. Marc Trainor.