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MAGIX ANNOUNCES MUSIC STUDIO 10 DELUXE
Professional Studio Features Priced for Consumers —
With 10 Years of Musical Excellence
June 21, 2005, Miami, FL — MAGIX, the worldwide leader in music, audio and video editing software(1) announced today the 10th anniversary of their award-winning music software with the launch of Music Studio 10 deLuxe. Creators of the best-selling audio and MIDI software, MAGIX has been bringing professional music studio technology to home PCs at an affordable price for ten years. The new 10th anniversary edition of MAGIX Music Studio 10 deLuxe is available immediately in stores priced at $79.99.
Music Studio 10 deLuxe includes professional features that make life easier for home users in the virtual music studio, such as “Elastic Audio Easy” for automatic pitch recognition and correcting monophonic audio. “File Manager” and “Browser” help overviewing tracks and files — crucial for large projects. New creative retro effects are featured in the “Vintage Effects Suite” with effects for Chorus, Flanger, Mod filter, and Analog Delay. Complete drum tracks can be generated by the touch of a button with the new “LiViD” feature.
For questions on the product, help is always available through the software’s “Task Assistant,” which clarifies with videos, explanations, links, and more. Finalized MAGIX Music Studio 10 deLuxe arrangements can be recorded onto a master CD, which is automatically prepped for CD duplication. For the first time, 24-bit playback and processing is fast and gap-free.
Great for Musicians and Movie Producers
In addition to musicians, Music Studio 10 deLuxe users also include semi-professional and professional movie and video producers, who take advantage of the power of MAGIX Music Studio 10 deLuxe to create the perfect soundtrack by using new advanced features, such as professional sound overdubbing.
“Offering professional technology at a consumer price, MAGIX first introduced Music Studio audio production software to the home PC in 1994,” said Jurgen Jaron, MAGIX CEO. “This set the foundation for the success of the program and the MAGIX portfolio, which in the meantime, has grown to more than 200 products. At an unbeatable value, Music Studio 10 deLuxe passes on state-of-the-art technology directly to the hobbyist and semi-professional user.”
New Music Studio 10 deLuxe Features:
MAGIX Elastic Audio Easy
MAGIX LiViD (Little Virtual Drummer)
24-bit playback and processing
4 professional effects: Chorus, Flanger, ModFilter and Analog Delay
File Manager and Explorer
MAGIX Remix Agent
Improved Surround Panner
Optimized video playback
Copper Synth, Beat Box
MAGIX Music Studio 10 deLuxe is available immediately for $79.99 in retail stores and at www.magix.com
MAGIX is a pioneer of innovative rich media products for professional and consumer markets. As worldwide market and technology leader in photo, video and audio applications combined with multimedia content and online services1, MAGIX is the only international company to offer this full range of multimedia solutions for broadband, B2B and consumer markets. MAGIX allows consumers of all ages and experience levels to convert, edit, create, share and publish their own rich media content, including video, photos and music. With MAGIX, everybody can speak multimedia.
(1) “Refers to the amount of software products sold by European and US retailers in the segments “Music Software”, “Video Software” and “Photo Software”. According to the monthly measurement by NPD Data Charts US, Media Control Germany(PC/CD-ROM non-games), GfK charts Benelux, France, Spain, Italy; Chart Track UK; Future Retail Panel UK, Italy, Spain and Nordic, MAGIX sold more products than any other publisher in these segments in the time period from January to December 2004.”