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    Apple Mac Studio

    Apple debut Mac Studio

    New desktop computer offers serious power in a compact footprint

    M1-based desktop computer boasts USB 3, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.0, 10Gb Ethernet and SD card ports with two choices of processor: the brand new M1 Ultra or M1 Max (seen on the latest MacBook Pro).

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    Apple Logic Pro X 10.7

    Apple M1 Pro & M1 Max MacBook Pros plus Logic 10.7

    Apple doubles down on Atmos immersive audio enhancements

    New version of Logic Pro X now available; next-gen Apple Silicon MacBook Pros announced.

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    Apple iMac

    Apple announce new iMac & iPad Pro

    All-in-one computer features a Dolby Atmos array

    M1-equipped iMac features a six-speaker Dolby Atmos array, while the new iPad Pro boasts Thunderbolt connectivity.

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    Apple set to ditch Intel?

    Rumoured switch to ARM could be announced 22nd June

    Unconfirmed report suggests the switch to ARM CPUs will be announced later this month.

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    Apple's new Audiobus

    Apple Notes

    The new version of Audiobus is really going places. All aboard!

    Techniques Mar 2014
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    Apple Notes

    It didn’t make the headlines, but a quiet revolution is happening in Mac OS Mavericks...

    Techniques Feb 2014
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    Apple Notes

    Apple have ditched the feline theme and gone Mavericks, but what does that mean for you?

    Techniques Jan 2014
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    Apple Notes

    The introduction of 'inter-app audio' in iOS 7 provides a new level of integration between music apps.

    Techniques Dec 2013
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    Apple Notes

    We root out a little-known hard-disk hog and tell you why musicians shouldn't rush to upgrade to iOS 7.

    Techniques Nov 2013
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    Apple Notes

    A new program makes it possible to use your favourite 32-bit plug-ins in any 64-bit DAW.

    Techniques Oct 2013
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    Apple Notes

    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!

    Techniques Sep 2013
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    Apple Notes

    The Worldwide Developers Conference always brings exciting announcements. We take a look at the headline grabbers...

    Techniques Aug 2013
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    Apple Notes

    Multiple monitor setup

    Think outside the box with a multiple monitor setup.

    Techniques Jul 2013
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    Apple Notes

    Enhance your productivity

    Often overlooked, OS X’s humble Command-Tab functionality could significantly enhance your productivity.

    Techniques Jun 2013
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    Apple Notes

    See everything that's going on.

    Discover the advanced features of Mission Control and get your desktop in order.

    Techniques May 2013
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    MIDI Networking

    Apple Notes

    We revisit the world of MIDI networking, inviting multiple devices, and even PCs, to the party.

    Techniques Apr 2013
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    Wireless MIDI

    Apple Notes

    This month we look at wireless options for passing MIDI between your iOS device and your Mac.

    Techniques Mar 2013
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    Apple Notes

    iPad Recording & Production

    Can you record and produce entirely on your iPad? Let’s examine the ins and outs...

    Techniques Feb 2013
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    Apple Notes

    Using Spotlight

    Better use of your Mac’s Spotlight feature could save you hours of arduous searching...

    Techniques Jan 2013
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    Apple Notes

    Audio editor roundup.

    This month we take a stroll throught the Mac audio editor market and pick up a few bargains along the way.

    Techniques Dec 2012
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    Great little apps

    This month, we take a look at some great little apps for problem solving.

    Techniques Nov 2012

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