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I am in the market for a sequencer, to be fair i have been considering them all, i have managed to narrow it down to either Nuendo 2 or Cubase SX2, what i`d like to know is has anybody made a switch from either of these to come to Samplitude or Sequoia?

Also if i were to go the Magix route would it be worth holding out till V8?

It`s a fair bit more expensive than either of the steinberg products, and both the Magix products seems to be offering better midi support than before which is good as i will be using a fair amount of VSTi.

Lastly what are the main differences between Seq & Samp, as purely a music producer, i`m a little in the dark as to which would suit better.

Thanks for your patience

Mark

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is has anybody made a switch from either of these to come to Samplitude or Sequoia?

I don´t know, but sometimes the registered user forum seems to be full of happy ex-steinberg users.

Also if i were to go the Magix route would it be worth holding out till V8?

If you need more midi and VSTi, I think yes. A lot improvements announced for v8. Look here for screenshots: http://samplitude-sequoia1.magix.net/ Awesome!

Lastly what are the main differences between Seq & Samp, as purely a music producer, i`m a little in the dark as to which would suit better.

Sequoia has a much better audio editing. Source-Destination cutting, crossfade editor, special audio markers, DDP mastering. Some high end restoration plugins are only available for Sequoia (Renovator, Descratcher ...). But it´s very expensive!

If you doing music with much audio, mastering and midi, I think Samplitude will suit better. If money is not important, go for Sequoia, it´s the best pro audio software on the market.

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.... Oh man! I'm drooling! ;) I wonder, how much of that is for Samplitude? ....

Me too. I'm just waiting for "the accountant" to approve. :P

My understanding is, that Sequoia has all that Samplitude has, PULSSS

the advanced editing features, the interface for the high end restoration and noise reduction plug-ins.

The tape support aspect may become obsolete soon, however, unless I don't understand that aspect of it.

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On another score (pun intended), are any/many people doing video work with Samp/Seq?

How does Video Deluxe stand up to the other software packages out there? Vegas/Premier, and whatever else there is?

What video cards etc are you using?

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How does Video Deluxe stand up to the other software packages out there?

The features are outstanding for the price. The new 2004/2005 version has still some issues, but is really awesome. It also wons every magazin consumer video software test, I´ve seen in the last months. Premiere and Vegas are more or less professional programs, but very expensive, compared to Video Deluxe.

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