Cakewalk Brings Touch To Music Creator 6

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Cakewalk has released Music Creator 6 Touch, the first version of its Windows personal music studio app that’s multi-touch enabled.

Features:

  • Create, record, edit, and mix your music using the ‘Skylight’ user interface
  • 32 audio tracks and 128 instrument tracks
  • Includes 6 virtual instruments
  • FX including Reverb, EQ, more
  • Overloud TH2 Creator amp simulator
  • Integrated Step Sequencer
  • Trigger audio and MIDI loops using the Matrix View for real-time performance and remixing
  • Drag and drop loops, instruments, FX, and project templates from the built-in Browser
  • Use any Windows 8 touch enabled device and interact directly with the software using your hands

Here’s a video intro to Music Creator 6 Touch:

Music Creator 6 Touch for Windows is available now for US $49.99.

11 thoughts on “Cakewalk Brings Touch To Music Creator 6

  1. until I work out a way to sharpen my fingers to a pencil like point…. I’m unsure of the future of touch screens. I’m similarly frustrated with fine control on the iPad.

  2. Touchsceens on phones make sense because everyone already was using tough to interact with a phone…but touch on computer screens is just a solution with no problem.

    1. im surprised how anti technology your responses are considering this is a music technology site. who ever said technology needs to respond to a problem? look at MOST great music and you will find musicians using technology in unexpected ways to achieve their creative results!

      1. All technology is not equal, nor or all applications of technology mecessarily an improvement. Adding touch to my phone and putting little music gizmos on it was a huge addition to things I could do and places I could do them. But adding touch to my home DAW would actually slow me down and limit what I can currently do. Don’t fall into the “new is always better” trap. Sometimes it is, sometimes it’s worse.

    1. I would bet anything that there are Microsoft dollars behind this move. And it’s a pale comparison to Ableton Push, which is both cheaper than a touch capable monitor and far more expressive and versatile.

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