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How to import xtra content in MAGIX Music Maker


I've come to own a version of MAGIX Music Maker 16, and online I've found a whole lot of xtra content (what is it actually called? Styles, loops?) that I would like to implement so that I may use them from inside the program.
However, the first 6 packs downloaded from the official website are .exe - self extracting format. The others that I've come across are stored as .wav files in ordinary folders.
I've opened up the MAGIX Music Maker directory to try and figure out where to copy the .wav files to, but it's just so messy and it makes little sense to me.

I've made a screenshot of how my root install directory looks like, in case it's set up diffrently from yours. Since I'm a complete newb on MAGIX programs any kind dummy guide would be appreciated. I havent been able to find a satisfying guide as I'm unsure what xtra content is called and so what to search for :)

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Hi never used this one, none of them easy though and you'll need lots of patience save often,
You can try dragging your wav file into Magix from the file window that seems to be the best option
Store them in  My Projects folder. where  you have all your stuff move that to My Projects
Then from inside the program click on the File manager in the menu bar at the bottom of the window. Then click on My projects and you should be able to see all of your Wav and other files.
Just double click on the one you want and it will be placed into a track for you.
It looks a little similar Dance Ejay and other ejay types.
Here's one I made yeah..
Youtube hosts tons of enthuists for everything even your software these are for Magix 15 but should be similar most seem to use Premium version.

MAGIX MUSIC MAKER 15 Tutorial: Getting the soundpackets into the soundpool PART 2/2

 this one Part one on getting started if you like..
MAGIX Music Maker tutorials
Enjoy and have fun

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