Acoustlca's motto says "software should be easy to use," and their products have adhered to that throughout the company's 17 years in business. I've used previous editions of Mixcraft and found it to be a gem of a powerful DAW. With Mixcraft Pro Studio 7, the latest edition of this longstanding audio and MIDI-based multitrack offering with both 32- and 64-bit compatibility, the first item I'd like to discuss and make note of is its visual layout and flow. This new layout allows users to easily navigate to the most commonly used features. The in-the-box recording experience can be daunting at times, but with Mixcraft's uncluttered look and functional navigation, I found the user experience to be very enjoyable and my workflow rather speedy. Suffice it to say, the design and layout gets aces from me. With all I have highlighted, I can't get away from repeating how much fun I had working my way around Mixcraft Pro Studio 7. It can be as simple as using it like a drum machine and just jamming to it (which I just did the other night with the goal of coming up with a new groove for a song) but is also a powerful tool ready for composing and scoring or detailed audio recording.This is a great program, and I've really just scratched the surface on explaining what it does and what you can do with it.
Lau, Paul (2015) Acoustica Mixcraft Pro Studio 7. In: Professional Sound, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 23. Available at https://openmusiclibrary.org/article/847874/.