MIAMI, FL. (Top40 Charts/ MAGIX Entertainment) - For all those who thought homemade music on the computer was lifeless and synthetic-sounding, prepare to be amazed by the new MAGIX Music
Maker 12 deluxe. Why is that? Because of the new virtual acoustic instruments included in the software that sound just as if you were playing them. Not only that, they're even easier to play than their real counterparts since you don't have to learn any sheet music or even practice! With these and many more new features, version 12 deluxe of the award-winning MAGIX Music
Maker software is setting new benchmarks in quality and continuing to build upon the pioneering vision of previous versions: Creating professional sounding music is easy and no longer requires musical training or prior technical knowledge. MAGIX Music
Maker 12 deluxe is available for purchase at top retail stores for $59.99 as well as on the MAGIX company website at www.magix.com
MAGIX Music Maker 12 deluxe is equipped with all-new, virtual "Vital instruments": acoustic guitar, drums, E-piano, grand piano and E-bass. All five Vital Instruments, so-called because of their "lively" sound, have been developed by Yellow Tools, award-winning sampling and content specialists. The acoustic guitar, for example, comes with realistic slide and picking sounds. Thanks to their professional sound quality, it's almost impossible to tell these PC instruments from real ones (you can find a downloadable sample below).
And for those who like things to be as easy as possible, you can make use of the thousands of sound building blocks or the tried and tested Song Maker, which automatically creates an entire music piece in the style of your choice. If you want to let the whole world enjoy your music, why not publish your creations as Podcasts? You can do it straight from inside the program!
Double the Party in Half the Time: New MAGIX MP3 Maker 12 Deluxe With DJ Console & Duplicate Finder
Lots of music and still no party? The new MAGIX MP3 Maker 12 deluxe, available for $29.99, comes to the rescue as an all-round, complete solution to managing your entire digital music collection. You can now mix your music manually or have the automatic assistant do it for you with perfect transitions that really get the party started. Simply click on the integrated MAGIX DJ Console and your music springs to life from the depths of your gigabyte-sized music maze. The DJ (or DJane) always sees the big picture as the program automatically deals with the issue of duplicate tracks and differently written artist names.
Looking for a new supply of party tunes, or music for the office, the car or for your jogging route? The latest version of MAGIX MP3 Maker records your favorite tracks from web radio or other websites (including Real streams), cuts them and gives them the correct names thanks to the newly integrated MAGIX AudioID feature, which gets to work even while recording! Regardless of where you get your music from, MAGIX MP3 Maker can put it on most music-playing devices, giving you the power to listen to your tracks wherever you go.
MP3 has now more than ever become a synonym for mobile music. No longer willing to put up with elevator music or the tedious background songs played in shopping malls, today's music consumers can now listen to their entire personal music collections wherever they go. This is backed up by statistical studies from May of last year that detail the two-fold increase in the MP3 player market and the sales of millions of mobile phones with music players. Several gigabytes of data from large music collections on players and computers require the right tools to record, edit, manage, burn and play it all. MAGIX MP3 Maker 12 deluxe brings all of these functions together under one easy to use interface. And thanks to its wide-ranging format support (including MP3, AAC (+), WAV, CD Audio, WMA (plus DRM), OGG Vorbis, AIFF), excellence in sound, and high levels of functionality in MAGIX ProAudio quality, it's not surprising that it's the most-sold MP3 program in the world with 14 awards to its name.