This music making software, which is made by the Magic Corporation, is a pretty versatile piece of editing software. It’s impressive tools and easy to use features and applications make it very acceptable for your editing needs. Music Maker allows you to extract and edit a range of music files. This provides you with the capability to create professional sounding audio in minutes. The built in help resources and tutorial guides make it very easy to transition from using your old audio software. When I open the main window, I was very familiar with the application’s tools and buttons. The great thing about the soft software is its ability to format old audio renders and process them through the equalizers and filters.
Probably the best convincing argument for this software being a great addition is its low price. It also has nearly 1500 sounds and effects for mixing purposes to choose from. Music Maker does not try to stray too far away from the traditional music mixer interface with its program. This is actually not a bad thing as most people who use music software like to be familiar with the interface straight out of the box.
The audio effects included in Music Maker are pretty standard but also very needed. This saves you the time for having to do a lot of research on software and adding a whole rack of effects. As you enter the mixing phase, the software actually has tools with the abilities to harmonize your sounds, fade in and out, stretch the pitch and tempo and trim. In comparison to other software, there are some key effects that are not included in this package but for the purposes of vocal recording and basic music notation, you’ll be ready to go right out of the box. The mixers are very good at compressing band length. Thy also do a good job reducing noise and silencing sections. On a sour note, it does not have the ability to defer pop or smooth out rough sections. With that being said, it is probably not the best editing software to go with if you deal in vinyl or tape music restoration.
It does record in all of the major file formats including WAV, WMA, OGG, MP3 and MP4. Magic Maker has a very beautiful starting interface but as I said in my previous articles, this is not always a good thing. For me it makes the task of learning the interface a task in itself. The hardest thing to learn and master was how to use the mixer to equalize. I would suggest you take a look at the tutorials and manuals for that section. After crossing that hurdle the software seems to be self explanatory. I would give it 3.5 out of 5 if my rating was needed. With the excellent price and astounding number of tools and plug-ins, this proves to be a steady and reliable source of sound engineering.