Midi Maestro MM4 Review

Okay editor...Needs more work

Submitted by FruitRocks on Sun, 2009-10-25 21:09.
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The lowest price: 89.95$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Great interface, easy to use, supports most codecs
Doesn't provide a lot of help out of the box

The install was quick, but the installer minizmized for a few minutes and I couldn't open it back up until it was done (this made me frustrated; I did not know if it was the program or my computer, which was running Vista at the time, of course).

At first I was impressed with the editor when it first opened up. It had a clean interface, with easy-to-use controls (very big play, pause, fast forward and rewind buttons), with a "tip of the day." There was no getting-started tutorial links that popped up, which was bad because I instantly had no clue on how to use this piece of software. Luckily, however, there was a "help" section with the full manual on editing and creating a song. Even after reading the full help section, however, I was still a little bit lost on what to do.
Other than that, I think that this program is great for $50 (there are different licensing options) if you aren't looking for a more robust program.

For Vista/7 Users: TO avoid issues, please use this in compatibility mode with Windows XP.


I think that I'll still be sticking with Adobe's Soundbooth before I switch to this. The company has a great start on the product, but it still could use a little work.