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MAGIX Music Maker Jam for Windows 8

Jam sessions at your fingertips: Create your own hits on your tablet with the first Windows 8 app from MAGIX.

Berlin, 26 October, 2012 - Music Maker Jam, the first Windows 8 app from MAGIX is being launched the same time as the new Microsoft operating system. Use the free Music Maker Jam app on Windows 8 to create music, in a fun, easy and exciting way. Professional dubstep, techhouse, and jazz loops are just waiting to be combined to create amazing tracks. The three loop styles come free with the app, the music style "Rock" is also included for free during the release phase. For a short period additional genres can be bought in the app for the special reduced price of €1.99 (regularly €2.99). The idea behind the app is a jam session for at home and on the go. Simply choose a music style and get started. Get jamming: change tempo, add instruments and melodies. Add a touch of style using the realtime effects and save your beats as MP3s.

Christian Hellinger, Vice President Audio "Music Maker Jam continues the 20 year success story of MAGIX Music Maker. We've developed a new Windows 8 app which is full of MAGIX innovation, it's easy to use, and most importantly it's a really fun way to make music. By developing this app we have managed to cater to anyone interested in music, regardless of their age or what genres they prefer.

Music Maker Jam is now available in the Windows Store and is compatible with all PCs running Windows 8. The app is optimized for multi-touch devices including tablets but can also be operated using a mouse.

Professional sounds at your fingertips

No matter whether you're on the couch, on the train or in the park - make music anywhere. Music beginners can take advantage of the intuitive multi-touch design, music pros can combine and save beats live. Music Maker standard: The loops work together in time and in harmony so jam sessions always sound awesome. Beware, seriously addictive: once you've made your first beats you won't want to stop!