ACID Music Studio by MAGIX

ACID Music Studio 10 Free License worth $59.95 [Windows]

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Acid Music Studio developed by MAGIX (previously Sony) is a digital audio workstation software, also known as DAW, which is used to compose and create music.

With ACID Music Studio software, it’s a breeze to create songs and remixes, develop music beds, score videos, or develop music for Web sites and Flash animations — just pick, paint, and play.

Don’t be fooled, though:  Music Studio also includes powerful tools for mixing and remixing.

acid music studio 10

The main highlight of this Windows software is its interactive tutorials which let you learn and use the application effectively when you have doubt simply click ‘Show Me How’ to learn how to use many features of the software.

Creating music with this MAGIX software is a simple process.Just pick, paint and Play:

  • Pick the media you want to use.
  • Paint events on the timeline to tell the software when to play the media
  • Play your composition.

Giveaway :

Update[2/04/2018]: The Giveaway expired, sorry Macro if this article had hurt your magazine sales.

This giveaway set by German Beat Magazine,  use Chrome browser for this promo as it has an inbuilt translator and other browser users use Google translator webpage or add-on.

Visit this giveaway page in the German language, click ‘OK’, then select  ‘ACID Music Studio 10 (Software)’, enter your email address and click ‘Register Products’

Next, fill the small form, select required fields in the form and complete registration to receive an email from ‘Beat <>’, click the confirmation link to receive another email with ACID Music Studio 10  serial number.

Download the software installer from this direct link [151 MB], while installing the software choose the option ‘I have a Serial Number’ and enter the code you received through this giveaway, finally register your product and complete the installation process.

ACID Music Studio giveaway

About ACID Music Studio:

Try this loop-based music production for yourself, for creative music arrangements the software provides 90 virtual instruments and 3,000 ACID loops.

New features include 24-bit/192 kHz support, MIDI track freeze, MIDI input filters for tracks, real-time pitch/tempo transposition, Drum grid timeline editing mode with drum map editor and Multiport VSTi soft synth support.

The main interface of the application is divided into four main areas.

acid music studio 10 interface
The toolbar, tracklist, timeline, and window docking, apart from toolbar others can be sized to your preferences by dragging the dividers between them.

Tracklist :
All of the settings for the tracks can be found here. You can adjust volume, apply effects, mute or solo tracks, or change the track height.

A track header is displayed for each audio and MIDI track.The tracks extend to the right into the timeline and are used to arrange your media.

This is the main work area in ACID Music Studio software, called the timeline. The timeline allows you to arrange and edit all of your media to create a project.

Horizontally, the timeline represents the project time. In a way, the timeline is like movie filmstrip or unraveled audio tape, where you can “read” your tracks from left to right.

Vertically, the timeline shows tracks.A track is a strip where you can put your audio or MIDI.

When a media file is placed on the timeline, it is referred to as an event. The timeline lets you precisely control the length and placement of the events in your project.

The toolbar contains buttons that enable you to select frequently used commands quickly. You can customize it by adding, removing, or reordering buttons.

The Window Docking Area :
The lower half of the ACID Music Studio window is the window docking area. You can use this area to keep frequently used windows available, but out of the way, while you are working on a project.

You can also create multiple floating docks to organize your windows. These docks can float over the Music Studio window or — if you have a dual-monitor video card — on a secondary monitor