Nova Fisher is Communications Manager for Magix. She has previously founded and managed some successful early-to-market businesses including an internet service provider (ISP) which was founded in 1994, and the creation of one of the earliest online web authoring solutions in 1996, that enabled anyone to create a professional website without the need for any design or technical skills.
In this interview, Nova talks about Magix Music Maker.
Geetesh: PowerPoint, with its capable video export is one of the easiest ways to create videos for YouTube. But copyright free music to accompany such videos is always a challenge. Does Magix Music Maker Premium really create copyright-free audio tracks?
Nova: If you’ve created a song in Music Maker that doesn’t consist of loops or sound samples and just contains audio tracks you’ve recorded yourself, you don’t need a license. You can reproduce this music commercially. This is also the case if you have created your own loops using MAGIX Loop Designer.
Geetesh: How easy is it to use Magic Music Maker? Also, tell us more about various editions of this fascinating program.
Nova: The software contains the most important features for someone starting to produce music on a computer: 5,000 sounds & loops, 6 Soundpools (Dubstep, Hip Hop, Techno, Rock Pop, Jazz, Deep House), 6 virtual instruments, 99 tracks and the most essential audio effects. Right from the start beginners can use drag & drop controls to produce songs that sound authentic, harmonic and professional. They can easily compose their own melodies and chords with the MIDI editor and they don’t even need to be able to read music.
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