Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download)
Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download) is the most powerful DAW on the market, providing features, functions, and workflow that is unparalleled - combined with the most accurate and dynamic audio engine available.
Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download) offers recording and mixing engineers useful features that revolutionize classic DAW workflows. Edit while recording. Apply effects individually to individual clips. Visualize volume, frequency and phase for selected tracks. Take advantage of customizable interfaces and automations that will redefine efficiency in your own personal workflow! Edit even the smallest segments in large projects more efficiently. The object editor gives you control over your own plug-ins, sends and automations for each clip. Samplitude Pro X6 fulfills the highest demands in quality for each and every audio production, from first take to final master.
Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download) Features
- NEW! dynamicEQ
- NEW! Dockable track editor
- NEW! Track output recording
- NEW! Preset-search-function in Plug-in browser
- NEW! Central Automation Control with Automation Panel
- NEW! Editing during playback
- NEW! Precise and simple aux level control
- NEW! High quality resampling engine
- coreFX VolumeFormer
- iZotope Ozone 9 Elements
- Celemony Melodyne 5 essential
- MAGIX Independence Pro Plus
Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download) Specifications
- OS: Windows 8 or higher
- Processor: 2 GHz RAM: 2 GB (32-bit), 4 GB (64-bit)
- Graphics card: Onboard, minimum resolution 1280 x 1024
- Available drive space: 4 GB for program installation, 20 GB for Samplitude Pro X6
- Sound card: Onboard
- Program languages: English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano
Magix Samplitude Pro X6 Software (Download) Includes
- License for Samplitude Pro X6 Software
What We Think
I have used a ton of DAWs in my 20+ years in engineering, so I have seen (and heard) both the differences, and lack thereof on pretty much all the major and well known DAWs out there. While the major difference really comes down to work flow, the sound itself is a big part of it too. Much like back in the day, you would choose a reel to reel and tape formula that provided the sound and character you want. This is an important aspect to a DAW as well. Each DAW has its own audio engine, and its heart - the unique foundational algorithm. First and foremost, understand that Samplitude is a DAW for engineers. While the learning curve is not as heavy as some other DAWs, Samplitude must be approached from an engineer's mindset. Once you have that down though, it is very easy to navigate and get things done extremely fast. It is not a DAW that will stand in the way of creativity, or getting the job done. Kraznet and Tim (of Magix) have great videos on the web to get a better understanding of the work flow. To the meat of it now: Hands down, Samplitude is the best sounding DAW on the market. I do not say that with any shred of doubt, it simply sounds better than any other DAW, Period. Not only is it the best sounding DAW, but the stock plug-ins are beyond usable - they are equally as impressive in functionality and sound quality. I have been able to work an entire recording in Samplitude, with nothing but the stock effects, and it sounds amazing. Not once did I think about, or find a need to reach for a third party plug (during the recording and mixing session). While I am certain I could have mastered in Samplitude with the stock plug-ins, I have a UAD card, so cut me some slack - those are amazing, and I have my go-tos for mastering. Nonetheless, the functionality, professional features and mindset, and the shear sonic superiority, makes Samplitude the king of DAWs in my book. And you do not have to take my word for it, simply download the trial version and be floored. We will be here to help when you make the switch (the next day). I think it is time we all get serious about our audio engineering endeavors, take this step forward, and not look back.
- Ryan Ferris
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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.