|Product||Samplitude Pro X|
|Type / Tags||Sequencer / Multitrack|
|Copy Protection||Dongle (NOT iLok or eLicenser)|
Samplitude Pro X is the perfect DAW for uncompromised audio productions - from arranging and recording, to editing and mixing, all the way to professional mastering and CD/DVD authoring. Work with a fully customizable interface and experience a DAW tailored to your needs. The precision audio engine with 64-bit support, mastering quality plug-ins, 5.1 Surround mixing and its ability to be seamless integrated into your studio make Samplitude Pro X a powerful audio workstation.
- One-box Solution.
- 100% sound neutral hybrid audio engine.
- New docking concept.
- Spectral editing on track level.
- 5.1 Surround Mixing.
- Advanced object editing.
- essentialFX Suite, VariVerb Pro & Vintage Effects Suite.
- Virtual instruments.
- High-End Mastering Plug-ins.
- Independence Sampler Workstation.
- AAF/OMF support.
- 64-Bit support.
Reviewed By JoaCHIP
July 31, 2018
This full fledged DAW is the best kept secret of the music industry. It's very suited for general multi-track recording, mixing and mastering work, as well as for adding sound effects to movies, animations and cut-scenes in games. In fact, I used it as a games sound engineer, and I've been swearing to it ever since. Here are som things I feel like hilighting:
- Very optimized, uses little CPU and RAM compared to other DAWs I've tried.
- Sound quality: What comes in, goes out. There's no degradation, hidden limiters or anything. It's a professional tool.
- Reliability is good: It's really as stable as anything running in Windows could possibly be.
- Supports both 32 and 64-bit VST plugins, and the support is good and stable.
- The feature set is endless. It may look simple, but there's far more than what meets the eye at first.
- Sync to video files which can be displayed on an external monitor. (This also performs super fast if the video file has many i-frames.).
- The object editor. Something I take as granted these days is apparently entirely missing in most other DAWs. How do people survive without it?
The default settings are a bit odd though. You really should change the default keyboard layout, or you will probably go crazy and would never get to like the program. I'd also change a setting that makes it record to a new .wav file every time you press Record, instead of one big file. But once these little hurdles are out of the way, this thing is the bomb.
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