Creating your own soundpools

Jason-Alls wrote on 8/12/2021, 7:48 AM

How can I create my own soundpools for use in Music Maker Jam that will work on Windows and/or Android? And do, MAGIX plan to add a piano roll and vst plugs at any point as I long for these in this tool.

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johnebaker wrote on 8/12/2021, 8:29 AM

@Jason-Alls

Hi

MMMJAM does not and is unlikely to ever support VST's it is a simple music creation program based on Soundloops only.

For VST support you will have to upgrade to and use Music Maker Premium (PC only).

See this tutorial on creating your own soundpools, although it refers to music maker 2018 it should be valid for MMM 2022

HTH

John EB
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Jason-Alls wrote on 8/12/2021, 9:34 AM

Thanks. I do own Music Maker Premium for the PC, and do like the app. Do you have a link the tutorial you mention?

johnebaker wrote on 8/12/2021, 2:23 PM

@Jason-Alls

Hi

My apologies the link I posted did not take for some reason - the tutorial I referred to is here.

HTH

John EB

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Jason-Alls wrote on 8/12/2021, 2:44 PM

Thank you. I have my own Bandcamp area under the band name of Mebsuta. I have just released a new track called Haneda Sunrise: ▶︎ Haneda Sunrise | Mebsuta (bandcamp.com). Haneda Sunrise, I Saw a UFO, and Ocean Drive were made using Magix Music Maker. And Lois and Eta Carinae were made using Magix Music Maker Jam.

johnebaker wrote on 8/12/2021, 3:03 PM

@Jason-Alls

Hi

. . . . Haneda Sunrise, I Saw a UFO, and Ocean Drive were made using Magix Music Maker . . . .

Do you have Commercial licences, see this topic., for all the Soundpools you used in your creations you have for sale on Bandcamp?

John EB

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Jason-Alls wrote on 8/12/2021, 3:05 PM

Yes. Bought from your stores and in-app purchases. I regularly purchase the soundpools. I have many MAGIX Music Jam ones.

johnebaker wrote on 8/13/2021, 9:36 AM

@Jason-Alls

Hi

Thanks for the reply.

Happy music creation.

John EB

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browj2 wrote on 8/13/2021, 10:52 AM

@Jason-Alls

Hi,

Just a note on that, when purchasing through the in-app Store, do you get an option to purchase the Commercial License? Is that what you did? Otherwise, you do not have a commercial license.

John CB

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Jason-Alls wrote on 8/13/2021, 4:38 PM

When using the stores for magix music maker, I get the option for commercial and use that option. In music maker jam, I get a licence notification. For commercial tracks I use the royalty free soundpools and leave the others alone.