Acoustica Mixcraft

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Acoustica Mixcraft – The Ultimate Audio and Multi-Track Recording Software

Overview

Acoustica Mixcraft is an audio and multi-track recording application that comes with great music loops, third-party effects, instrumental plug-ins, and sound effects. It has built-in tools for controlling the pitch and tempo level of the audio and it allows users to remix tracks to create the perfect composition. Acoustica Mixcraft is like the ultimate recording studio that every musician wants.

Compose with Different Sound Effects and Virtual Instruments

The Acoustica Mixcraft’s library has 6000 loops, music beds, and sound effects that allow users to try out different drum, bass, piano, vocal, percussion, and acoustic guitar sounds to create the perfect arrangement. It is also packed with new song kits which include classic rock, Latin, dubstep, ambient, jazz, industrial, alternative rock, and a lot more.  As soon as the user sets the arrangement, adjusting the tempo, key, and loop is not a problem because the software automatically does that.

The software is equipped with 25 effects which are quite similar to the models of the classic tube equalizers found in professional studios. It has an amp simulator packed with complete amp heads, cabinet models, and strong effects.

Create Great Videos and Slide Shows

Acoustica Mixcraft is not an only audio editing application. It’s also good for editing and scoring video. Users can basically edit video files and images with this software, and it provides great transitions and video effects which are appropriate features for creating slide shows. The software has a text editor so users can add titles and scroll text to the video. After editing the video, users can render it in any viewable format so they can upload it on Youtube and other video sharing sites.

Software Requirement

The software requires a 1GHz CPU that has 1 GB RAM or more. The OS of the computer should be Windows 8, Windows 7, XP, or Vista and the computer should have a USB port, Firewire sound, and Sound Card device.