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Differences between sequoia and samplitude pro?


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Hi i am concidering to crossgrade to samplitude pro ,however seeing also the sequoia specifications i seem a little bit puzzled by their price differences.sequoia seems to cost 3 times more than samplitude but i am unable to find significant differences besides the crosfade editor the cut / destination and some broadcast audio protocols beeing supported .

Could it be only this or those are simply the features asvertised?

Another question regrads the samp for rent ,if someone has completed a year contract does he then get to keep the program without the updates or does he have to continue to pay for the use of it?

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Sequoia is a high end cutting and mastering system with very special tools, like DDP 2.0 support, impulse generation, extensive source destination cutting and of course the complex crossfade editor with all those options and external controller support. Sequoia has the best audio editing modell in the moment (user statement). Developed with specialists from broadcast and mastering studios, the program adresses professionals with highest demands. Look for the price of other programs, offering DDP mastering or a similar crossfade editor and you will see, that Sequoia is indeed very cheap.

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Norman

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Hi Norman and thanks for all your help in this and my other post regrding convolution.

I was wandering is there an upgrade path from samplitude pro to sequoia? or perhaps a crossgrade feature like the one offered for samplitude?

I've used sequoia before in an engineers studio and when i downloaded the samplitude 6 producer demo i couldn't find that many differences ,in most ways it looked and it feeled like the same program ,but obviously beeing a musician and not an engineer i couldn't perhaps "appreciate" the extra features ,although i remember that i was really impressed with ther crossfade editor and the source destination cutting.I guess though that there wouldn't be any plans intergrating them to samplitude pro.

Does samplitude pro offer a kind of generic controller to be used with other controller besides the mackie.I am especially interested about interaction with doepfer's regelwerk which i've been using for quite a lot time.

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I was wandering is there an upgrade path from samplitude pro to sequoia? or perhaps a crossgrade feature like the one offered for samplitude?

A crossgrade is not available. For a possible upgrade you should contact our Sequoia sales specialists. Maybe they have an answer (sequoia@magix.net).

Does samplitude pro offer a kind of generic controller to be used with other controller besides the mackie.I am especially interested about interaction with doepfer's regelwerk which i've been using for quite a lot time.

Samplitude comes with a learning option and works more or less with all MIDI controllers. Our priority is to support the Mackie and it´s extensions (XT, C4) in the best possible way. This is a modular system with a lot of options for a reasonable price. Other controllers will also profit from the implementation with the learning feature. There are also other interesting controllers (HUI, SAC, Yamaha mixers ...).

An expensive generic controller has no future.

regards

Norman

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