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Arbiter Group to Distribute Magix Samplitude & Sequoia

MAGIX AG is delighted to announce that the former Steinberg distributor Arbiter Group has taken over distribution for Samplitude and Sequoia in the UK & Ireland.

Magix Samplitude is one of the most successful solutions for audio and MIDI recording, editing, mixing and mastering for PC.

Stephen Parker, Arbiter’s Music Technology Manager said “We’re very excited to bring the Samplitude and Sequoia products to the UK MI market, where they represent a perfect ‘fit’ with our other high profile technology brands, such as Native Instruments, Arturia, Celemony, Echo and Moog”. “We’ve been working behind the scenes with the guys from Magix to bring some exciting and profitable developments to the DAW market for our extensive dealer base.”

Also Steffen Holly, Director Audio Products at Magix, is delighted with the cooperation: “With the Arbiter Group, we found a partner for the UK & Ireland, that has a long experience in business and excellent contacts to continue the success of Samplitude and Sequoia in these countries.”



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Packshot Sequoia:
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About Sequoia:

Sequoia is a High Definition Digital Audio Software package for the PC, specializing in the areas of 'multitrack recording & editing' and 'broadcast & mastering' areas. Sequoia offers all that a digital audio workstation needs: recording, editing (including 4-Point Source/Destination editing), mixing, mastering and Red Book standard CD burning. The burn process is carried out directly from the multi-track project together with all the effects, plug-ins, crossfades, and cuts without bouncing or time/memory loss, or the need for any intermediate steps.

For years, Sequoia has been an integral part of leading broadcast and mastering studios worldwide, including German public broadcasters, the Vienna Symphonic Library and Sterling Sound in New York.