The free and open-source Jamulus app lets you play along with other musicians over the Internet in real time. We guide you through it.
In this exclusive SOS Video Feature, we talk to jungle producer Pete Cannon about how and why he’s still using Akais, Ataris and Amigas.
With self-isolation likely to continue for some time, we talk you through using the world's leading conference‑call service for remote music performance.
Already dominant elsewhere, audio-over-IP is poised to take over the studio world. We explain how it works — and why there are so many protocols!
Is it possible to transfer everything from your existing Windows music computer to a new machine, or should you start afresh?
Improve your PC's performance by taking the strain off your CPU.
The new version of Audiobus is really going places. All aboard!
It didn’t make the headlines, but a quiet revolution is happening in Mac OS Mavericks...
With '8 hate' remaining strong, Microsoft haven't had the best of years. Is that all about to change?
Apple have ditched the feline theme and gone Mavericks, but what does that mean for you?
They boast faster boot times, total silence and greater durability — but is a solid-state drive right for you?
The introduction of 'inter-app audio' in iOS 7 provides a new level of integration between music apps.
If your hard drive becomes cluttered, your PC's performance will suffer. So how do you free up space without it becoming a chore?
We root out a little-known hard-disk hog and tell you why musicians shouldn't rush to upgrade to iOS 7.
If you're keen to squeeze the last drop of performance from your Windows PC, read on...
A new program makes it possible to use your favourite 32-bit plug-ins in any 64-bit DAW.
Shut Down, Sleep or Hibernate — which is the most efficient for the PC musician?
The recent release of Logic Pro X brought into focus once again Apple's bold approach to backwards compatibility and legacy support — which is to say that there often isn't very much of it!
Forthcoming Intel CPUs offer a quieter life and more power to PC musicians.
The Worldwide Developers Conference always brings exciting announcements. We take a look at the headline grabbers...
Those Windows 8 users who are longing for the return of their Start button may not be too impressed by the forthcoming 8.1 update.
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