Don't panic if your iDevice has recently gone to a watery grave; your music may still be salvageable.
In theory, 64-bit operating systems allow us to use as much RAM as our software demands. So should we all be using them?
Do recent updates to Apples musical armoury hint at a move toward the music-streaming subscription model?
We've had some goodies from Apple recently, but now it gets serious: the updated Mac Pro is finally here!
Although Snow Leopard is growing in popularity, its not without its problems. Lets look at the solution to one of them...
Not only has the iPhone, star of the pocket-sized world, reached its fourth generation, but its desktop counterpart, the Mac Mini, has also had a makeover.
Where, oh where is the new Mac Pro? If you just can't wait any longer for the upgrade, maybe it's worth considering the iMac i7...
Is Apples latest product simply a great lifestyle device, or is it also the next great tool for musicians?
Last month we discussed what the launch of the much-vaunted iPad means for musicians — but just how hard is it to create your very own iPad and iPhone apps? We look at an interesting approach...
The Internet has been all a-Twitter with the launch of the iPad recently. But what can this oversized iPhone offer the recording musician?
As Logic updates to 9.1 and an Apple launch hits the headlines, the new year could be the time to acquire some new skills.
Some of the musical iPhone apps now available are much more useful than their tiny prices suggest...
Apple provide great entry-level music software in the shape of Garageband, so why is Mac hardware shedding features that help entry-level musicians?
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