Anthony-Carpenter wrote on 10/1/2020, 8:58 AM

Hi all,

First off, I am not a big posting person. I'll be a ghost reading. Just bought Samplitude Pro X 5 Suite when it was at a great price. I'll probably never use the DAW part. I used Sound Forge up until I went Mac back in 2002. I'll be reading up to see what's changed with that, and maybe if I am missing anything.




SP. wrote on 10/1/2020, 9:17 AM


Yes, it is possible to find a lot of solutions just by using the search function of this forum and reading the old posts.

But don't hesitate to create a new topic if you encounter some unsolvable problems.

Until then have fun recording and editing!

emmrecs wrote on 10/1/2020, 9:38 AM


Welcome to the Magix user to user forums.

Are you aware that there is a dedicated forum for Samplitude here? I think it has rather more users posting there than post here.

Also, since you mention Sound Forge and MACs, are you aware that SF MAC will not run under any recent version of OSX? This pinned post explains why!


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Anthony-Carpenter wrote on 10/1/2020, 12:32 PM

@emmrecs I never used Sound Forge under OSX. I gave up on it when I initially went to a Mac. I had been using Sound Forge since the early 90s before that :). New version runs very nice on my new Studio DAW PC on Win 10 Pro 64bit.