Written on: 19/12/2010
i've been using Magix softwares for 5 years and i'mquite satisfied as a beginer, but to make something pro, defintely need to move to something more efficient (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2010 by Peawit (5 reviews written)
Magix's stuff is soooooo frustrating! It *could* be a very good (and cheap) product, if only the daft makers cared a bit more! It has some nice / pretty bits, -nice layout, and some of the effects units have a reasonable tone, = not too much noise, etc, but on the 'Net there are soooo many frustrated / angry Magix uses who have bought this prog, then found out about all the many hassles!
Yes, I too thought "Ooh, a German company, -they should be ok / trustworthy!" but then, -having bought... (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2009
i bought magix mp3 maker 14 deluxe. i should have thrown the money in the trash and called it a day. my computer crashed when i tried to use it! i would have contacted customer service but, there isn't any!!! run don't walk away from this product. (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2009
MAGIX Music Maker 11 Deluxe is very user friendly and expandable via vst:
any instrument or effects can be easily installed and used (read more)
Written on: 30/11/2008 by radarlove
The Germans gave us some great engineering and this is one of them. It's actually worth more than what they are currently selling it for. I got mine for under $100 bucks, which is priced appropriately for the contents inside the programs.
This is the only affordable out there if you are truly on a budget.
However, if you're gonna spend some booco bucks, then go with Pro Tools, Sonar or Cakewalk.
I have figured out a better way to use the audio program without the use of any compression at... (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2008 by ithinkimcool
[I Like software like this=MMM11Deluxe] because of easy to use and reliable but MMM14 i just cant stand as it keeps on going slow and getting to advance but if you are going like this [very advanced] then i would reccomend MMM14 but into ease of use then i would Pick Magix Music maker 11 deluxe. (read more)
Written on: 11/11/2008
Simply put, this is the poor man's version of Pro Tools. It can do everything that Pro-Tools does. And it comes with a lot of free plugins such as voice pitch correction software and Mastering software. Since I purchased this product all of my original music has been written and recorded on my PC. My Fostex 16 Trac Digital Recorder is collecting dust.
This software has drums beats, guitar amp modeling, built in effects which are astounding. I've had A&R Reps from Record Companies as well as... (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2008
I have compared a lot of music creation tools in the past. Music Maker stands out to be the most intuitive one. other tools where too simple to get good results. And there where also these products that where simply too difficult to handle. This software keeps a good balance and enables all users to get the best sound ever. I love this product and would recommend it to beginners and advanced users. (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2007 by JerryReno (1 review written)
I have several other applications that Magix could possibly help me with... but because of their lousy customer service I would not touch them with a 10 foot pole. Please, avoid them like the PLAGUE! (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2007 by vencentnotto
Hell it's good enough, if you want to spend hundreds of dollars purchasing high end programs by all means do it ONLY IF YOU ARE ALREADY EXPERIENCED. If your just beginning get this first! Making music can be a very expensive hobby. Remember this...its easy to throw a $50.00 program in the trash, but it will make you cry if you cant understand a $600.00 program. This is the safe bet. (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2006 by exppc (1 review written)
I've got some good out of the MAGIX Music Maker 11 Deluxe music creation and editing software, but I'm definitely going to buy some other software for this purpose. I may trash Magix depending on how I do with other software.
Software support and documentation is usually not what one would like, but Magix is in the bottom 10%. (read more)
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