Music Creator 6 Touch makes it fun and easy to create original music or remix your favorite songs - with no musical experience required. Transform any Windows 7 or 8 computer into your own personal music studio. Music Creator has all the tools, loops, instruments, and FX you need to create, edit, and mix great music.
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Kjøp Music Creator 6 Touch

Pakker som inkluderer denne programvaren

Kjøp Music Creator 6 + Sound Pack Bundle

Inkluderer 6 objekter: Music Creator 6 Touch, Cakewalk Expansion Pack - Steinway Grand Piano, Cakewalk Expansion Pack - World Instruments, Cakewalk Expansion Pack - Vintage Keyboards, Cakewalk Expansion Pack - Modern Strings, Cakewalk Expansion Pack - Guitars

Kjøp Music Creator 6 + Z3TA+2 Bundle

Inkluderer 2 objekter: Music Creator 6 Touch, Z3TA+ 2

Kjøp Cakewalk - Sound Center Pack Complete Bundle

Includes all Cakewalk Sound Center Expansion Packs for Sonar and Music Creator


Recommended By Curators

"Music Creator is an easy way to get your musical thoughts onto a digital canvas. Another fun and intuitive release from the folks at Cakewalk."
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24. september

Upgrade to SONAR X3 for only $19.99!

This week only, Music Creator 6 Touch owners can upgrade to SONAR X3 for $19.99USD.

Offer expires: Sept, 30, 2014

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22. august

Save up to 75% off DLC - Over 20 Sound Packs and high-quality loop content!

Now through Sunday, August 24th (10AM PDT), you can save up to 75% off DLC for Music Creator 6 Touch and SONAR X3. Over 20 sound packs available as DLC with prices under $8!

In addition, the Cakewalk Loop Manager has free loops from Loop Loft and Loopmasters. We are also selling additional Cakewalk Loop Manager DLC at up to 75% off, with prices under $8.

And if you haven't picked up Z3TA+ 2 yet, you can get it for 66% off.

Save 50% off your upgrade to any version of SONAR X3! - Upgrade your Cakewalk Software to the award winning SONAR X3 or take the step up to SONAR X3 Studio or Producer and save 50% for a limited time! Take advantage of these huge savings and upgrade your studio with an unbelievable package of tools and the most advanced DAW for Windows. - Offers ends August 31st.

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Music Creator 6 Touch is a Digital Audio Workstation. For more information on DAWs please read our DAW FAQ.

Expand your creative palatte with Cakewalk Loop Manager

Cakewalk Loop Manager is the easiest way for STEAM users to install and utilize additional loop content inside of Music Creator 6 Touch, or any Windows Based Digital Audio Workstation that supports REX/WAV/MIDI files. We've provided free content from top providers like Loopmasters and The Loop Loft. Users can also purchase additional loop collections as DLC.

About This Software

Music Creator 6 Touch makes it fun and easy to create original music or remix your favorite songs - with no musical experience required.

Transform any Windows 7 or 8 computer into your own personal music studio. Music Creator has all the tools, loops, instruments, and FX you need to create, edit, and mix great music. And when you’re ready to share your music with the world, you can burn a CD or use SoundCloud to post your music on Facebook and Twitter.

Music Creator 6 Touch also adds touch support for Intel-inspired Ultrabooks and other Windows 8 touch enabled devices. Use the same multi-touch gestures you’ve grown accustomed to on your smartphone to interact with Music Creator 6 Touch.

Please note: A touch enabled device is NOT required to use all the features in Music Creator 6 Touch. All functions can be done with a mouse and/or keyboard.

Key Features

  • VST compatible - add more 3rd party FX and Instruments
  • Multicore Support
  • Seamlessly create, record, edit, and mix your music using the
  • Award-winning Skylight User Interface
  • Get creative with 32 audio tracks and 128 MIDI tracks
  • Dual Mono/Stereo Pair recording
  • A complete backing band - includes 6 virtual instruments
  • All the must-have FX including Reverb, EQ, more
  • Plug-in your guitar and get incredible sounds using The Overloud Th2 creator Amp simulator
  • Create beats and drum tracks with the integrated Step Sequencer
  • Trigger audio and MIDI loops using the Matrix View for Real-time Performance and Remixing
  • Easily drag and drop loops, instruments, FX, and project Templates From the Built-in Browser
  • Plus! Use any Windows 8 touch enabled device and interact directly with the software using your hands


    • OS: Windows 7 or Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8200 2.67 GHz / AMD Phenom Quad Core 9750 2.4 Ghz or higher
    • Video Card: Video Card that can display 1280x800 minimum screen resolution
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Sound:ASIO or WDM compatible sound device
    • XP and Vista are no longer supported.
    • Sound:ASIO compatible sound device
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0 av 1 personer (0%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
31.9 timer registrert
As a music-creation hobbyist, I found the Music Creator 6 Touch program to be an interesting upgrade to the sort-of freeware programs I am used to using (ACID Xpress, for example). The Music Creator 6 Touch had nearly all the features of those programs, with a couple more MIDI items courtesy of Cakewalk to create new loops out of.

The downside is that when it comes to making music for instances other than your own personal enjoyment, you long for something more professional; something that doesn't limit the amount of audio loops you are allowed to have at one time; something that doesn't lock-out the SoftSynth selection tab preventing you from adding more loops, even when you delete the entire project page.

If you are willing to spend money on the simplest DAW you can, and money's no problem, you could say Music Creator 6 Touch is the program for you.

But I STRONGLY suggest you compare this program with other DAW programs by Cakewalk for limits. If you don't really want to be limited on the amount of items you wish to add to a project, you might want to consider saving your Steam money and Wallet Codes for a higher program.
Publisert: 6. oktober
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4.5 timer registrert
Couldn't figure out how to use it. No videos at all about it on youtube... cool though
Publisert: 2. oktober
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This is the first music-making program I bought, so I have very few other programs which I can truly compare this to using personal experience. With that said, this is a competent and functional music creation and editing program, but it's far from perfect. You can import your own audio and edit the volume and such, so if that's what you're looking for, this program gets the job done.

If you're looking to create your own MIDI music tracks, this will also get the job done, but I have a few warnings. The only way to create music here is to use the musical staff, so if you can't read music this isn't for you. On top of that, your edited music gets pretty messy and chopped up as you go, so don't expect to do much "clicking and dragging" as you would in programs like Fruity Loops. The instrument quality isn't the best, but there may be a way to import your own instrument samples or buy new ones from Cakewalk's website; I haven't looked into it myself, but I don't see why you couldn't do it. And when you're playing back your song, there's a chance that it will silence a few notes at random if your tempo is in an increment of 5 (for example, 100, 95, 90, 105, etc.), and that's really shoddy programming if you ask me.

All in all, it's not the best program in the world, it requires knowledge of the musical staff and what the different notes mean (AND where they go; you can't just stick them anywhere) (to be fair, I think that'd go for any music program, but this isn't a "WYSIWYG" affair like other programs may offer), and the programming is sub-par in several ways, but it's definitely useable and it gets the job done. However, I feel that it's just not enough to merely "get the job done". I was on the fence thinking about whether I should recommend it or not since I spent a lot of time with the program regardless, but knowing that there are better programs out there with better-sounding samples which are also easier to use and do not necessitate intimate knowledge of the musical staff, and also due to the fact that I only used this for so long because I had no other music editing programs, I'm going to have to say, "look elsewhere"! With that said, it's not a complete ripoff and it's still worth a try if you happen to find it on sale and you're desperate for a program to use to make music for a video game or something. Plus you get the song "Want You Gone" from Portal 2 included for free with the program. That's worth something, right?
Publisert: 25. september
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Publisert: 16. oktober
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This review isn't aimed at music or DAW experts - this review is aimed at the next person who perhaps, seeing this on sale again in the future, decides to give it a try. By all means, creating music is an awesome thing, rewarding and satisfying - but it would be a shame if someone leapt into buying it, opened the program excitedly, only to break into a cold sweat when they suddenly realise they have no idea what they're doing, what they're looking at, and why they bought it.

That said:

I bought Music Creator 6 Touch and the Z3TA+2 bundle when it went on sale, and I have absolutely no regrets. The two products together were a massive bargain and I only wish at the time I'd bought a few more sound packs. Though after some weeks I'm still fully getting my head around some of the features particularly as it relates to mixing down, (my background is in music - but NOT in audio engineering!), I've found this software to be solid, and the more I get into using it, the more I appreciate it. While some online videos and tutorials help, I personally find what helps the most is a lot of experimentation (and saves).

Music Creator 6 may not have quite as many pre-packaged voicings as I might like, sure, but for those of you contemplating complaining about this aspect of the software, understand that MC6 isn't LIMITING you to those! That's where virtual instruments/VST plugins come in - and there's countless ones out there to play with - some of which are free, with active communities supporting them. There's literally no limit.

When this thing goes on sale, if bundles/sound packs are also discounted, then by all means, spring for those that are appropriate to your musical objectives - that gives you a head start into experimenting with this aspect of the program using known-entity compatible products. Just don't think those are the ONLY ONES you can use; they aren't.

If anything for me, what I know is the "outgrowing it" point for MC6 is going to be the soft synth limitation, that is to say - how many you can have actively running in a single composition. Upgrading to Sonar, for me, will likely be spurred by this as symphonic compositions (or any richly-textured electronic one) can easily require more than that.

In any case, I enjoy the interface and the more I use it, the more use I get OUT of it. That's a good perspective to have about this kind of application. Whether I'm edting a score, or working with loops, I feel like the software has a lot to offer, and weeks later, I'm still finding out new ways to work with it.

So, after reading all this, you find that you're tempted, but you're new to using a DAW, understand that there IS a learning curve, and that this kind of software is a good foundation for someone wanting to create audio music, but that there's headroom to expand it's capability as you expand yours.

Expect to invest some time learning how to really make the most of it. (Why else would you bother?)


Some additional tips and ideas:

If you find the on-screen keyboard frustrating, and want to get into the "piano" aspect of it, but are on a budget - then a nice place to start is to get yourself a little 32-key mini midi controller keyboard; you can always upgrade to longer and more feature-filled versions as you get more into composing. However - take a little time to educate yourself on the features - things like weighted keys, touch sensitivity, programmability, etc. And if you have larger hands? You may need to hold out for full-sized keys and skip the space-friendly mini-keyed boards.

Spend a little time watching online tutorial videos; while I didn't find that they necessarily teach you everything you might WANT to know, they give you the "lay of the land", so to speak - an idea of features, how to access them, etc. How each person chooses to use software like this can vary greatly depending on what they're composing, and how.

Most importantly - do not even start using this until you have either an internal, or external dedicated sound card - reason being:

If you plan to install a low-latency driver such as ASIO4ALL, and are only using mobo onboard sound, expect to run into challenges due to the fact that ASIO4ALL requires exclusive use of your audio device - effectively butting heads with Windows' attempts to deliver audio to any OTHER apps you're using. While you can get around this with various clumsy settings changes - the easiest/cheapest thing to do is (if you're not that serious about optimal audio quality) go grab a decent sound card. I got by with a basic Asus Xonar DGX PCI card, and that worked just fine, until I could sort out something a bit more serious.

Or - if you're ready to make leap into something even more purpose-built, then you can find external USB interfaces at any price range and input capability depending on how far down the rabbit hole you want to go and how many/what kind of inputs you want to use - this is also an ideal solution if you plan to compose from a laptop, or are using a desktop rig that (due to multiple graphics cards, for instance), can't accomodate internal sound cards due to a lack of slots (or space).

Good luck!
Publisert: 19. oktober
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7.8 timer registrert
In a nutshell, don't buy this. Everything is just a mess and takes too long to figure things out. If you want a good DAW, you should do some research which are the most popular ones *Cough* FL Studio, Ableton *Cough*.
Publisert: 20. oktober
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Unbearable software quality
Publisert: 14. oktober
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7.2 timer registrert
This program has perks, but also was very frustrating to set up. I have used several audio workstations like Acid or FL Studios. I loved the drum sounds that were included and some of the instruments seemed to sound pretty real.

However, after watching all of the tutorial videos, help sections and researching several forums, I was unable to get my Korg nano key to properly function with the instruments. The tutorials aren't very helpful and usually crammed with information you don't need. After watching four ten minute videos on midi keyboards I was ready to give up and go back to FL Studios.

I also believe there are just way to many windows within this program which just adds to the confusion of how to get everything set up properly.
Publisert: 10. oktober
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330.4 timer registrert
It's pretty good for simple songs, but you reaaaaally gotta pave your own way to achieve the sound that you want though.
It crashes a lot. A LOT. So save often.
You pretty much get what you pay for with this DAW, I've been working with it for a year now and I've made some decent tracks. Though nothing crazy good because of the limitations, like you can't really capture the sounds and ideas you have in your head because it's so limited.

So do I recommend this for beginners?: Yes
Do I recommend it for people who want to achieve those eloquent sounds in their head?: No
Publisert: 1. oktober
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0.3 timer registrert
I can't access this app on either my tower or my laptop, it just, closes after showing that it's launchimg.
Publisert: 5. oktober
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14 av 17 personer (82%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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When i first got music creator 6 touch i was unable to use the touch features but in the end it was very powerful but yet very siplae software. I love to use the midi features like all of the instruments. the instruments all sound crytal-clear and if you love portal 2 sounds you will love all this instruments in this software, but the sound files that come with this are good to but is a great software.
Publisert: 10. juni
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109 av 194 personer (56%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
2.6 timer registrert
I hope i will be able one day to get a time machine to travel back before i bought this and stop me for doing the biggest mistake of my life.

Long story short:

- Laggy interface even on a decent PC.
- I bought the "Music Creator 6 + Sound Pack Bundle" and i only have some ♥♥♥♥ty sounds that are totally different from each other. (Not more than 50 in total).
- MP3 encoder, so you can export songs as mp3s costs additional money.

I should've got Magix Music Maker, for a small addition of money i could've been happy.

So far i tried many music creating softwares, this is probably the worst. (Dance eJay, Hip-Hop eJay, Magix Music Maker, and the list goes on)

Don't make the same mistake as i did, i feel ripped off.

Publisert: 25. juni
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10 av 13 personer (77%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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I have created a few songs, which I enjoyed making. it really is a neat program if you like or would like to make your own kind of music. My songs have been simple, but I plan to work with it more, and really explore the other things this program has to offer.
Publisert: 27. juni
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8 av 11 personer (73%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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This is my go-to software for recording music via various digital inputs (MIDI, USB). It's very fuctional. Even the base software without any VST addons installed by itself offers a lot of flexibility to edit and create music. I personally installed most of my other 3rd party plugins into it and pointed the software to look for them without any problems. I think the only error I've got was when trying to use a 64-bit plugin - didn't realize I had to use 32. (I came from Acoustica Mixcraft which was 64-bit) yeah. It's awesome. There is a slight learning curve if you're coming from similar DAW's - but overall I find it to be one of the cleanest looking and fuctioning amongst all I've used as of yet.

Also, to the review crying that you can't export to That's the only reason you can't recommend it? Click export, click cd quality, (it will produce a .wav)...find a free .mp3 converter (cnet, AVS) that will enable you to convert to a bit rate and you're done. That whole thinking thing must be tough.
Publisert: 27. juni
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6 av 8 personer (75%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
38.7 timer registrert
Wow, where do I even start? This is the most incredible music tool I've seen so far! This is simple to use and I learned alot in about 10 minutes and I've already made an interesting track!! This is worth the money! "Only YOU can prevent horrible music"
Publisert: 12. juni
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6 av 8 personer (75%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Wob wob wob
Publisert: 27. juli
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7 av 10 personer (70%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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I love it but alas am unable to use it much for I own a Mac now- If only SOMEHOOWWWWW there could be a mac version. I mean seriouslllyyyyyy, I'm getting kinda irritated about the lack of Mac Support for ♥♥♥♥
Publisert: 24. mai
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7 av 10 personer (70%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Does what it says on the tin. Great for home recording if you've got some half decent equipment. The forums are good too.
Publisert: 27. juni
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3 av 3 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Overall 8/10

The story line is a little weak, but it is really a "you get out of it what you put into it" experience. Excellent replayability and state of the art sound and graphics. I recommend this to any fans of the genre
Publisert: 24. august
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4 av 5 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Good product for the ABSOLUTE beginners. I quickly realized I would need something a quite a bit better.

For the price its not bad, but compared to other software like Reaper which gives you producer level software for $60, well, there is no comparison. To touch the same from Roland you'll pay over $500, which erm... Is the software I use ( I personally really enjoy the flow and interface of Sonar, as well as its Soft Synths, which is the more advanced version of Music Creator.) So I use Sonar X3 Producer for all of my recording needs.

For those that can't afford that, go with this, it's easily on par with Sonar X3 (the basic edition) and has a lot of help out on the internet for it. If you have a little more money, go buy Reaper, hell, you can try it free for 2 months before you make the decision.

For those who want to produce with the pro's... well, don't be fooled, you need Producer Level software, and for that, well, there's Reaper (which comes with only a hand full of plug ins) or something in the +$500 range. (Unless you're going to school for sound engineering stay away from Pro Tools, its overpriced, the flow is rough, and to do about anything you need a Plug-In, which the kind that it will recognize cost a few hundred dollars a peice, it's more than any standard recording musician will ever need and when all is said and done with it will cost in the +$5,000 price range)

Now, as far as uses go, I recommend this for -Musicians-, if you want "beats" and "loops" or to make electronica/rap/hip-hop in general, you'll be much better served with a program like Fruity Loops (also called FL Studio) which is VERY good for that purpose and is even used by many big names in those particular communities.

Bottom line, This is great intro software for the world of recording. I learned a lot on this program and I think anyone else can too.
Publisert: 28. juni
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