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Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby Harry7139 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:00 pm

I just want to say without hesitation that Mixcraft Pro Studio 8 is by far the best DAW software I have ever used. I have been recording for over 15 years and have tried all the popular "other" Daws ( I still own 2 of them ). When I go back and compare...well there is no comparison..using other DAWs is like running through mud.. I have purchased every full version since MXC 3 and now look forward to each new release.. No complaints here...just a huge thanks for making my recording so simplified !!

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby Acoustica Eric » Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:07 pm

Thanks! It's really cool to get a forum post like this, we appreciate you!

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby mfkne » Tue Nov 13, 2018 8:45 am

Harry7139 wrote:I just want to say without hesitation that Mixcraft Pro Studio 8 is by far the best DAW software I have ever used. I have been recording for over 15 years and have tried all the popular "other" Daws ( I still own 2 of them ). When I go back and compare...well there is no comparison..using other DAWs is like running through mud.. I have purchased every full version since MXC 3 and now look forward to each new release.. No complaints here...just a huge thanks for making my recording so simplified !!


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If we had a more modern GUI and a plugin Browser it would be perfect.

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby Acoustica Eric » Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:10 am

I'm not sure what constitutes a modern gui.
What do you mean plugin browser? You can browse the plugins when you open the virtual instrument menu or effect menu.
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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby mfkne » Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:30 am

Acoustica Eric wrote:I'm not sure what constitutes a modern gui.
What do you mean plugin browser? You can browse the plugins when you open the virtual instrument menu or effect menu.
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Sure, but it is a floating Windows and I cannot sort plugins.

A modern GUI for me is 2 D and ergonomic, all in one Window etc., vectorized graphics and no small balls as automation points...

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby Acoustica Eric » Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:57 am

You can organize the plugins with the plugin manager, here's how mine looks.
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What would be the automation point as opposed to dots?

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby mfkne » Tue Nov 13, 2018 12:28 pm

But not these big balls... it can be made more elegant.

And the plugin manager is good, but not automated (f.e. sort for vendor).


But, hey - overall a very good program... :D

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby Acoustica Eric » Tue Nov 13, 2018 1:08 pm

Yes I can see how a ball for an automation point can hinder your workflow 8)
I will look into it.

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Re: Mixcraft Pro Studio 8

Postby mfkne » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:29 pm

:wink: 8)


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