Magix launches Music Maker 2019 free software for Windows

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Magix has announced the release of its Music Maker 2019 free music software for Windows, including a new audio engine, multicore support, and more.

Magix Music Maker 2019 multicore

Music Maker gives you the room you need to bring your ideas to life. And now you can even customize Music Maker to fit your personal style.

Simply pick one of the Music Maker editions and select the sounds, features and instruments which matter most to you. And no matter what you choose, your Music Maker is guaranteed to come equipped with a new professional sound engine and free updates.

Music Maker 2019 features

  • Sounds, features & instruments worth a total value of $699 USD.
  • More power. New audio engine and multicore support for even better music.
  • The in-program Music Maker Store: Tons of Soundpools, instruments & more.
  • The full version of Music Maker for free, plus free lifetime updates.

Music Maker 2019 is a free download for Windows.

Music Maker 2019 Plus Edition ($59.99 USD) adds sounds, features and instruments with a total value of $299 USD. It includes 2 preset packs, 4 instruments, 1 Soundpool Collection ($100 USD value), and 1 Complete Soundpool Bundle ($19.99 USD value).

Music Maker 2019 Premium Edition comes with sounds, features and instruments with a total value of $699 USD, including 8 software instruments, 3 preset packs, 1 Soundpool Collection, 3 Complete Soundpool Bundles or Soundpools, VariVerb II and iZotope Ozone 8 Elements, and Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 ($59.99 USD value). The Premium Edition is on sale for only $99.99 USD (regular $189.98 USD) for a limited time.

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Magix keeps rehashing the same ol stuff across it’s product line. They supposedly added the Samplitude engine around version 12, so how’s that new? Still No drum sampler that let’s you add your own samples, No metro count-in, no updated mixer with more options. The next 5yrs will still not bring any innovations to music maker!

Brandon
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I loved this program until it gave me the Sweet Honey Iced Tea’s…the (s…ts). The free soundpools updated and then it completely messed up my entire program forcing me to lose all of my progress I was about to record…