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Would like some info about magix studio 2005 was wondering it is posable to mix vocal wit beats mad in fl studio wit just usring computer mic no mixer or insturment key board i have gott two ove tha magixs studio one midi and tha other is just dillin wit waves i all so have fl studio and one music software all conpattable as a geft but i dont have manuals have tride youtube and the hands on part just left more confused

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