MAGIX Announces New Free Version of Music Maker

MAGIX proudly announces the latest version of Music Maker. Having provided the ideal creative workspace for digital music creation on the PC platform for over 20 years, this new version of Music Maker is now absolutely free for everyone. Perfect for the musician just getting started as well as the professional musician, Music Maker provides all the tools needed to record, produce, and share your music. MAGIX makes this fully-functional version completely free and ready for download at magix.com.

MAGIX Music Maker

Record. Produce. Share.

Based on a modular design and an intuitive workflow, Music Maker makes it easy to record, arrange, mix, produce and share your music. Record external instruments and vocals, add and arrange loop-based musical elements, record and playback MIDI information, mix, produce, and then publish the finished product.  The modern user interface with its drag & drop workflow make music creation easy and fun. A complement of professional music creation tools amp up production quality and inspire creativity.

Endless Creative Possibilities

The new, free, full-featured version of Music Maker comes with 425 sounds and loops, 3 instruments, and 8 effects. It's easy to add more sounds and instruments to the collection with just a few clicks. Integrated sounds, loops, and instruments offer unlimited possibilities for creativity and experimentation with complete control over all aspects of production of any genre, from EDM and Trap to Rock and Pop. Endless possibilities.

"Music Maker has always enabled music lovers to get creative and win audiences over by producing their own songs in authentic studio quality. Now, with the free version of Music Maker, anyone and everyone can get started in the world of music production, develop or evolve their skills and make their musical dreams a reality,” says Torsten Heise, MAGIX Product Owner and Music Maker. More at www.magix.com.

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So I checked into this because I love this stuff and I came to within inches of buying it. I tried the free trial and had a blast. I really, really, really enjoyed it. However... for me the program is so sophisticated that for a novice like me it's just too much. And, on my radio income that's losing the battle against inflation, a bit pricey. But if you're into this kind of thing, and have the time and finances for it, I say Dive In!!!!

Magix also has a smartphone app that's a tinier version of this and it's awesome!

Tim Leaman
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You mean that's not a "Free Version" but just a free TRIAL???

Jerry Vigil
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No, it's absolutely free. But, as you are aware, if you ever want to go beyond the free version you have to buy the premium version ($129) which includes more tracks and more features. With the free version you get one download that basically amounts to one song. You can mix those parts up all you want. But if you want other instruments and music styles then you have to buy more downloads, ranging from $20 to $30 bucks each. It's not the premium version that costs too much for me, It's the downloads. If I were doing this to make money that's one thing but I'm not.The smartphone app version has downloads from 99 cents to $3.49 ea.

In addition, if you are planning on using the music you produce for commercial purposes then you have to buy a license from Magix to do that. Don't know how much that is since I wasn't even thinking about it.

Like I said though, I thought the program was really fun and interesting. You can do nearly anything with all the tools. I would recommend...

No, it's absolutely free. But, as you are aware, if you ever want to go beyond the free version you have to buy the premium version ($129) which includes more tracks and more features. With the free version you get one download that basically amounts to one song. You can mix those parts up all you want. But if you want other instruments and music styles then you have to buy more downloads, ranging from $20 to $30 bucks each. It's not the premium version that costs too much for me, It's the downloads. If I were doing this to make money that's one thing but I'm not.The smartphone app version has downloads from 99 cents to $3.49 ea.

In addition, if you are planning on using the music you produce for commercial purposes then you have to buy a license from Magix to do that. Don't know how much that is since I wasn't even thinking about it.

Like I said though, I thought the program was really fun and interesting. You can do nearly anything with all the tools. I would recommend looking on Amazon, or somewhere, for reviews about the product. Amazon's review are pretty mixed.

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Tim Leaman
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I got it. Basically enough to get familiar with the program.

Thanks for the mini-review!

Jerry Vigil
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