The engineers’ choice!
This high-definition DAW is one of the world’s leading solutions for audio engineering, broadcasting and mastering. Access intelligent tools: The latest software generation includes EUCON S6 extensions for Avid S6 controller and offers sound technicians everything they need for audio production at the highest level.
• Classic production: Perfect workflows thanks to multi-synchronous editing and source destination cut.
• Broadcast: Database integration and a wide range of loudness features according to EBU R128
• Post production: Video import/export and recording
• Mastering: 100% sound neutrality & fidelity – transparency, neutrality, spaciousness and retention of transients
• Restoration: Professional tools like spectral cleaning and tons of high-quality effects
• Object oriented: Complete object level editing – non-destructive and in realtime
Minimum system requirements:
For Microsoft Windows 7 | 8 | 10
32-bit and 64-bit systems
All MAGIX programs are developed with user-friendliness in mind so that all the basic features run smoothly and can be fully controlled, even on low-performance computers. The technical data for your computer can be found in the control panel of your operating system.
Processor: 2 GHz and higher
RAM: 2 GB RAM (32-bit), 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
Hard drive space: 2 GB for minimal installation, 90 GB for independence
Graphics card: onboard, minimum resolution 1024 x 768
Audio playback: Onboard (ASIO-enabled sound card recommended)
Drive: DVD drive
New Highlights – why the new version is worth it:
• NEW! Celemony Melodyne essential
• NEW! ARA interface for seamless integration of the Celemony Melodyne plug-in
• NEW! Tempo automation for audio objects
• NEW! SpectraLayers Pro 4
• NEW! EUCON S6 extensions/enhancements
• NEW! Improved docking, better overview of open projects, optimal screen use
Spectral Cleaning is especially useful for post-editing live recordings and interviews containing noises from moving chairs, cell phones and coughing. Using conventional filters and complicated crossfade editing usually takes a lot of time and often results in changes to the useful signal.
The spectrograph display (time on the horizontal axis, frequency on the vertical axis and color-coded amplitude) as well as A/B testing options make it possible to accurately restore the desired signal. Audio disturbances can be easily selected for removal with the mouse. Elements that have gone missing from the original frequency spectrum are recalculated into the recording using interpolation or transitions from the surrounding usable signal.
Spectral cleaning highlights
Direct track selection in spectral cleaning dialog
Individual track-based editing
Reference track: Apply changes made to a track to other selected tracks
Leave dialog open: Leave the dialog open following calculation
New shortcuts for playback and for saving zoom ranges and presets