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Samplitube Pro X7 Released

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Better than ever before –
the brand-new Samplitude Pro X7 Suite!

Creating custom workflows for our users has been a particular focus during the development of Samplitude Pro X7 Suite. The leading DAW for both all-rounders and specialists, Samplitude Pro X Suite draws on many years of experience and especially on user feedback to offer a range of new features.

Get the comprehensive bundle – only with the Suite version!

Order Samplitude Pro X7 Suite today and discover these new features:


» Use external hardware effects as plug-ins
» Improved export workflow
» Support for MIDI VST plug-ins
» Optimized usability
» Precise crossfade editing

Get these bonus add-ons – only with the Suite version:

SOUND FORGE Pro 15 (US$399 value)
Steinberg SpectraLayers Pro 8 + 9 (US$299 value)
iZotope RX8 Elements & Ozone 9 Elements (US$258 value)
colorFX Suite & coreFX Suite (US$298 value)
Celemony Melodyne 5 Essential (US$99 value)
Convology XT Complete (US$469 value)

https://www.magix.com/us/music-editing/samplitude/upgrade/samplitude-pro-x-suite-upgrade-offer-special/

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What's even worse is that they don't even give you the current version of Sound Forge Pro...
It's always the previous version before the current version so that they can get your upgrade
money for that too....they hope...

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I have seen big sales on this before. Wasn't it $99 at one point?

Samplitude is one of those DAWs I need to check out. It is used exclusively by some people I follow.

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2 minutes ago, telecode 101 said:

I have seen big sales on this before. Wasn't it $99 at one point?

Samplitude is one of those DAWs I need to check out. It is used exclusively by some people I follow.

The lowest it's ever been for the Suite is $199, that I know of.
I use it, and it's a MONSTER DAW.  While the interface is still pretty "old hat" 
it's still a real powerhouse - more so than people really think about.

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This will not get an "installed" from me. I pretty much abandoned this DAW at Pro X5.

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I thought I might go with it when Sonar was stopped as my future daw. Liked it and yes it is extremely powerful. But when CbB became a reality I stopped upgrades of it. I think if you're heavy on the audio side it is great. The MIDI side was lacking IMHO.

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1 hour ago, InstrEd said:

I thought I might go with it when Sonar was stopped as my future daw. Liked it and yes it is extremely powerful.

I did the same. It is very powerful, but not worth the money even with the add-ons.  I could never jive with the workflow, and I wasn't having any fun using it.

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It's definitely a steep learning curve coming from other DAW's.  

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To me Samplitude has that old (in a good way) analogue look and feel to it.

And yes it is a very powerful audio workhorse not much that can't be achieved.

I like the fact that audio and midi can share the same track.

Their price upgrade point is the only issue I have and again I don't need all the extras.

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I didn't mean it in a bad way about the MIDI and Magix has improved it the last few versions. It is a solid DAW. Price though is too much for me now.

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9 hours ago, Brian Cadoret said:

I like the fact that audio and midi can share the same track.

You can do that in Reaper, as well as put Video on the same track, but I've never seen the point, since you basically have unlimited tracks. Maybe I'm missing something.

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