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MAGIX Showcases Professional Audio Software at NAMM 2009 Show

MAGIX Showcases Professional Audio Software at NAMM 2009 Show













Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 16, 2009

NAMM - Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2009 -- MAGIX a leader in multimedia software is attending this year's National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) from January 15th to 18th to demonstrate the latest developments in their professional audio software - Samplitude and Sequoia.

MAGIX Samplitude is well known as one of the most successful solutions for audio and MIDI recording, editing, mixing and mastering for the PC. MAGIX Sequoia is a High Definition Digital Audio Software package for the specializing in the areas of 'multitrack recording & editing' and 'broadcast & mastering' areas. Samplitude and Sequioa 10.2 - Professional Audio Software

The new features of Samplitude 10.2 and Sequioa 10.2 at a glance:

· FLAC format compression

· Improved MIDI implementation and functionality

· Improved Folder Tracks manipulation and handling

· Updated video codecs and project exchange (EDL Format 1.7) especially with MAGIX professional video editing software, Video Pro X

· Enhanced Dithering options

· Improved FFT filter & Spectral Cleaning

· Take Manager/Composer improvements

· Improved Crossfade Editor

· Improved Clipstore and database interface handling (Sequoia only)

· Improved Multi-CPU support for third party plugins

· And much more...find out more about our Samplitude - Professional Audio Software

Please, do visit us at the NAMM at MAGIX at NAMM - Booth 1115, we are happy to show you Samplitude / Sequoia and their updates personally.

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