SP. wrote on 7/11/2021, 7:21 AM

@ulf.e.haugen I would suggest you download the free demos and try them with Wine or Parallels on your Mac. But there are no native Mac applications from Magix except a very old version of Sound Forge which doesn't run under modern versions of Mac OS.

emmrecs wrote on 7/11/2021, 7:23 AM


Simple answer, No. Magix products are Windows only.

There is a "workaround" which involves installing something like Bootcamp and then a full version of Windows in the Bootcamp sector, then your Magix product in that same sector. But there is no guarantee of it actually working properly.

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ulf.e.haugen wrote on 7/28/2021, 7:04 AM