Magix Integrates Sony Acquisitions

German software and app manufacturer MAGIX has completed its acquisition of Song Creative Software, and is integrating the former Sony products into its own lineup, with global sales now moved entirely to Magix.
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Berlin, Germany (September 8, 2016)—German software and app manufacturer Magix has completed its acquisition of Song Creative Software, and is integrating the former Sony products into its own lineup, with global sales now moved entirely to Magix.

From now on, the Vegas Pro and Movie Studio video editing product lines will be sold by Magix under the umbrella brand Vegas Creative Software. A website of the same name, vegascreativesoftware.com, went live a few days ago. There, the company will introduce Vegas Pro 14 on September 20, 2016.

Meanwhile, in the music division, the new additions Sound Forge, ACID, and SpectraLayers will be added to Magix’s audio portfolio. The software manufacturer is presenting these products together with Music Maker, Samplitude, and Sequoia at magix-audio.com.

“The acquisition of the Sony Creative Software products is a milestone in the history of Magix. We are happy and proud to be able to sell the acquired software worldwide from this moment forward and significantly increase our presence in Asia and North America, including our new development site near Chicago. We have now completed our transition phase in record time with the go-live of vegascreativesoftware.com and the new product portals at magix-audio.com. We are looking forward to wowing users with continuous technical development and establishing our position as one of the leading providers for video, photo, and audio software.”, says Magix CEO Klaus Schmidt.

In addition to the Sony Creative Software titles, Magix also acquired several software-focused user communities with an active total customer base of several million users.

Vegas Creative Software
www.vegascreativesoftware.com