Magix Music Maker - 2016 Version was £44.99 Now Free
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Magix Music Maker - 2016 Version was £44.99 Now Free

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Found 24th Apr 2017
Magix has been making Music maker for a lot of years and the 2016 version was £44.99 but now for the first time the full program is FREE.

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You can create your own music and comes with 425 sounds and loops

Music Maker The free Music Maker full version. 425 sounds & loops 1 Soundpool 3 software instruments 8 tracks 8 effects

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Minimum system requirements Processor: 2 GHz RAM: 2 GB Graphics card: Onboard, min. resolution 1280 x 768 Sound card: Onboard Hard drive space: 700 MB and up for program installation For Music Maker Plus Edition and higher, an Internet connection is required for program registration, validation and individual program features as well as one-time registration.

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11 Comments
brilliant program been using magix progs for years...hot hot hot
I wonder how this compares with a big software like FruitLoops. It sounds more easy or simplified.
Awesome thanks
Is this just a program to put together predefined loops, or does it do more?
heat!

k9mkii

Is this just a program to put together predefined loops, or does it do … Is this just a program to put together predefined loops, or does it do more?



​It has the capability to do more. You need the plus version if you want to use VST instruments though
No linux support
fantastic find op
not used this for years but used to enjoy it back in the day
looking forward to seeing how its changed

heat and thanks
I wanna try this... thank you
Thebobwil

I wonder how this compares with a big software like FruitLoops. It sounds … I wonder how this compares with a big software like FruitLoops. It sounds more easy or simplified.



FL is in another league. I have a lot of respect for Magix (who also make proper DAWs like Samplitude and Sequoia). In fact their's was the first music software I ever used (all those years back - sigh).
For me it is a little too simplified but free is free.
Its worth noting that there should also still be free versions of Acid and Studio One but lacking VST support.
rand0m

No linux support



​What did you expect?
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