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Samplitude Music Studio 2016
Load a virtual instrument e.g. electric piano with the Quickstart Wizard and start improvising, practicing or playing chords and melodies right away.
These folk instruments are characterized by their traditional sound and a range of effect parameters. Try out the banjo, piano, percussion or the fantastic folk bass.
This virtual piano accordion comes in two different samples, "Styrian" and"Bandoneon", and has a classy virtual appearance. It contain a whole range of editable filters and effects such as reverb, delay, noise and an EQ.
This virtual piano is sure to impress with its organic sound. Choose between a soft and warm or aggressive and overmodulated timbre.
A whole century of piano sounds encapsulated in a single unique virtual instrument. Play with the sounds of grand pianos, a broken piano or one in honky-tonk style.
Energetic guitar riffs, lively overdrive sounds and aggressive chords. The Power Guitar has been developed with session guitarists and has a realistic playing style.
The virtual guitar's clean sound can be combined with directly integrated effects like room ambience, chorus, flanger and phaser – a whole range of effects for musical innovation.
Experiment with the synthetic sounds produced by the Space Pads. These are perfect for electronic musical genres such as Trap, Techno or Dubstep.
Combines dark dreamy sequences with grating basslines, cinematic keys, bells, effects, percussion elements and film-like Atmos.
Bombastic sound: BeatBox 2 Plus not only gives you countless possibilities for modifying sounds for drum kits & high-quality effects, but also the option of loading your own audio files and integrating the beat section.
An authentic drum groove is essential for music production on your PC. Intuitive controls and fantastic samples in Rock Drums help you create unique rhythms.
Experiment with your own sounds. The Vita Sampler edits audio files automatically and at random and assigns sound samples to 8 virtual pads.
These can be operated by MIDI and played just like a virtual instrument.
Vita 2 Sample Player
With orchestral accompaniments, drum kits, electric guitars and pianos, the Vita 2 sample player offers plenty of authentic instruments.
Integrated filters, effects and even a virtual tube distortion section give you everything you need for designing your own sound.
Sketch out your ideas even faster. Recording templates get your projects ready for recording guitar, piano, vocals or an entire band. You don't need any other settings.
A template loads a track for the recording with EQ, compressor and other effects and another track for drum loops etc.
Multitrack recordings in 24-bit/96 kHz studio quality on up to 16 mono tracks &8 stereo tracks simultaneously.
With multitrack recording you can record, edit & mix band practices, demo tapes or complete albums in studio quality on multiple tracks at the same time.
Correct vocal recordings
Vocal Tune 2 is fantastic for correcting vocal recordings. The pitch curves and wave forms help you keep track of everything and can be used to edit recordings in detail with the pencil tool.
Display & print notation
Develop ideas at home and take them with you to practice. You can display the notation for your compositions, arrangements or basic chord progressions in the MIDI Editor and print them as needed.
Easily adjust the pitch of samples or audio files without affecting playback speed. This feature is great for making quick harmony changes in arrangements.
If your music project needs to pick up a little speed, you can adjust the playback speed of your audio material without affecting the pitch, thanks to the new zplane algorithm.
For impressive transitions
The first transition solutions to create a lasting effect – use the Cross-Fade editor to design your own transitions between different audio files.
Bring together what belongs together
The optimal recording usually doesn't consist of just one take, but is a combination of the best parts of several recordings.
Here you can improve overview and management when "gluing" individual pieces together into one big audio object.
Manipulate sound on an individual track with the 6-band equalizer and use settings such as the bass killer, super woofer and boosts for high and mid-range frequencies.
Modify the sound of individual song components – without adding effects to entire tracks or by working with complex automations.
For instance, you can edit the final bar of a take, add an echo effect to the new object and let the song fade out that way.
In terms of usability and sound quality, the essentialFX effects plug-ins are avant-garde through and through.
The essential plug-ins are included: Compressor, Chorus Flanger, Stereo Delay, Vocal Strip & Phaser.
Mastering Suite for top audio characteristics
Professional tools for an even more professional sound. Here are some of the things you'll find in MAGIX Samplitude Music Studio: A StereoFX module, a multiband compressor, a 6-band equalizer, a limiter, and MultiMax.
6 Band Equalizer
The parametric 6-band equalizer lets you set volume for individual frequencies, giving you the freedom to play around with the sound of your song.
Simple mastering: Auto Mastering
Mastering is one of the most demanding and specialized aspects of music production and requires extensive experience with the perception of sound. Auto Mastering analyses your audio material and finds the perfect sound settings for your song.
The Marker Manager increases interface clarity for album production. It enables you to filter and edit a whole range of markers like track or pause markers in complex mastering projects.
Visual sound analysis
It's a good idea to use visual analysis tools for mixing and tidying up the frequency range or, for example, finding masked frequencies in the stereo field.
You get a vectorscope, spectroscope and spectrogram, among other tools.
The peak meter shows your production's peak level.
If certain values are exceeded too often, you should lower levels for the corresponding cause or lower the frequency range. This gets rid of clipping in your song.
64-bit & multicore support
64-bit and multicore support allow you to use your system's processor and memory to their full potential. This enhanced performance becomes particularly noticeable when using RAM-intensive plug-ins and working with large, complex mixes.
Samplitude Music Studio supports the Mackie control protocol and conventional hardware controllers.
You can move the fader in the mixer or use an external controller to make live automatizations -levels are adjusted automatically to fit the progression.
VST3, VST2 & ReWire
Samplitude Music Studio offers VST, ReWire and DirectX support for additional instruments and effects.
Includes VST3 plug-in support for effects and instruments: integration, automation and VST multi-output. Interfaces: VST3, VST2, ASIO, ReWire, SMPTE, MTC, MC.
In the MIDI editor you can easily edit patterns you've made with your mouse or recordings you've made with a MIDI device (e.g. a keyboard or drum pads).
You can choose between the piano roll, score and drum editor views. MIDI data can be adjusted and created in various ways with mouse modes such as Velocity.
The features you need are always at hand. Put together your own toolbox with the individually customizable toolbar.
Track zoom and object zoom
Save time looking for the zoom. The zoom automatically brings objects which are actively selected in an arrangement into focus and maximizes them.