Magix Launches Music Studio 11 Deluxe

Host of new features aimed at making composing music easy      25/08/06

Magix Launches Music Studio 11 Deluxe


Magix have announced a new version of its music creation software, Magix Music Studio 11 deluxe, featuring powerful new compositional aids, including ‘JamSession Mode’, ‘Mastering Suite’, and ‘Sample Player’ which they say makes creating music a snap.
Here’s a list of the new features in Magix’ own words directly from their press release:
New Features
  • JamSession Mode: with advances in recording automation, people recording at home can now simply start jamming and rely on the software to choose the instruments and effects. In addition, for the first time, the famous sample player, “Sample Tank MXâ€� from the renowned software house IK Multimedia, is included.
  • Mastering Suite: delivers music studio sound at the touch of a button. Give your recordings a professional, impressive sound at home. The software incorporates experience and feedback provided by international music studio professionals, who have used the product throughout the last 10 years. It also offers powerful studio sound with four mastering effects.
  • New effects: include the parametric 4-band equalizer for perfect tuning and VariVerb for excellent stereo reverb, which provide a well-tempered sound. The BitMachine, free when registering your product, lets you mix in old-style lo-fi sounds from the early days of music into your songs.
Even with all the advanced features, Magix say that Music Studio 11 deluxe is still extremely easy to use with a feature called Task Assistant that quickly walks you through the basics of the program, explaining the most important functions through short videos.
Pricing and Availability:
Magix Music Studio 11 deluxe is available immediately in stores and online at for $79.99.
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