MAGIX Acquires Sony Creative Software Products

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Magix Acquires SONY Creative Software Products

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MAGIXEarlier this year, Sony Creative Software sold many of their software products to MAGIX Software GmbH. Sony Creative Software (SCS) will remain an important part of Sony Electronics. They will now focus their attention on the Catalyst Production Suite that includes Catalyst Prepare and Catalyst Edit. MAGIX Software is a leader in user-friendly multimedia solutions. Offering a variety of solutions including music, video and photo-editing software, this acquisition serves to strengthen their portfolio. Sony software customers need not be concerned as both companies seek to ensure a seamless user experience. Existing SCS customers who purchased from Sony will continue be supported.

What Products Did MAGIX Acquire?

VEGAS Pro video editing softwareTo solidify its position in the market and accelerate growth in international markets, MAGIX purchased many popular Sony Creative Software titles. VEGAS Pro and VEGAS Movie Studio video editing software and audio production workshops are included. As is the Sound Forge digital audio editing suite, along with Audio Master Suite, SpectraLayers  Pro and the ACID digital audio workstation software program. CD Architect and DVD Architect software are another component of the deal. Also, built into the agreement are the Sound Series Loops & Samples, Noise Reduction Audio Plug-in and ACIDplanet website and Music Assets.

Education Discounts at Studica

movie-studio-platinumDespite the transition, MAGIX will continue to offer student and academic discounts on these popular products. These pricing incentives allow students, teachers and schools to have access to top-notch professional products used in industry. If you can provide academic proof, you can purchase popular MAGIX (formerly Sony Creative Software) products and receive special education savings at Serving the academic market for over 30 years, Studica offers a wide variety of software, robotics, electronics, STEM education programs and much more. If you are interested in getting more information, please sign up for Studica’s email newsletter. We apologize for the inconvenience, currently this newsletter is only available in the United States and Canada.

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