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Magix Music Maker

Magix Music Maker
Developer(s) Magix
Stable release

2015, 2015 Premium,[1]

for MySpace,[2] for Windows store[3]
Operating system Windows, PlayStation 2
Type Music sequencer
License Proprietary

Magix Music Maker is a commercial digital music editor, which was designed by the company Magix for the consumer sector. In its present form, its program attributes originate from Magix's professional digital audio workstation, Samplitude. The first version of Music Maker was published in 1994. With more than a million copies sold, Music Maker has become one of Europe's most successful music editing programs.[4] Magix Music Maker is user friendly and someone without experience in music production is able to make songs in various genres.

A CD version for PlayStation 2 was released in 2003,[5] followed by a Deluxe Edition on DVD in 2005.[6] In 2013, Music Maker Jam was released for download exclusively in the Windows 8 store.[7]


File formats and interfaces

Import WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, AIFF, QuickTime, MIDI, CD-DA, BMP, JPEG, AVI, MXV, WMV
Export WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, AIFF, QuickTime, MIDI, CD-DA, BMP, JPEG, AVI, MXV, WMV, MP3 Surround (Premium-Version)
Interfaces ASIO, VST, Rewire, DirectX

Minimum system requirements


  1. ^ Magix Music Maker 17
  2. ^ Music Maker for Myspace
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ (German)News on 1 Apr 2006
  5. ^ "Magix Music Maker for Playstation 2".  
  6. ^ "Magix Music Maker Deluxe Edition for Playstation 2".  
  7. ^ "Music Maker Jam app for Windows store". Retrieved 17 July 2013. 

External links

  • Review by
  • Review by Personal Computer World (30 Mar 2009)
  • Review by
  • Official product website
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