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Samplitude

MAGIX Samplitude is a computer program made by MAGIX for recording, editing, mixing, mastering and outputting audio. The first version was released in 1992 for the Amiga and three years later for Microsoft Windows.[1]

Features Edit

  • Record and manipulate multitrack digital audio
  • Record and manipulate MIDI data
  • Apply effects, such as reverb and delay, some versions of Samplitude come bundled with effects
  • Automate the process of mixing audio
  • Utilize virtual instruments, such as software synthesizers, software samplers, software drum machines
  • Connect to other multimedia applications with sample accuracy via Rewire

Editions Edit

Both Editions come with a 30-day free trial, where you can test the capabilities of the workstation.

Samplitude Pro X2 Edit

Samplitude Pro X2 Suite Edit

Comes with MAGIX Analog Modelling Suite Plus, MAGIX Vandal guitar and bass amplifier, MAGIX Independence Sampler Workstation (70GB of Samples) & MAGIX Loudness Metering [2]

References Edit

  1. Wikipedia | MAGIX Samplitude | Link
  2. MAGIX Store | Samplitude | Link