This month we wonder at Apple’s lasting appeal, show you how to regain the Apple Loops utility, and eat our words...
Our intrepid columnist gets down and dirty with iTunes Match, confirming that it may indeed change the way people consume music.
Not only is Logic Studio now on sale at the Mac App Store, but its price has been massively cut, making Logic Express redundant. What does it all mean for the Logic musician?
It should be a stress-free ascent, but our Apple guru finds himself confronted with all kinds of complications when moving to the Cloud...
Following the death of Steve Jobs, we reflect on the life of one of the most influential technology pioneers of our generation.
Steve Jobs’ tenure was a period of unprecedented innovation. So, in a world already wowed by Apple, how will Tim Cook fill his shoes?
Apple have just released their latest OS upgrade, Lion. So just how wild is the beast?
Is the latest iMac ‘Ultimate’ the one to unseat the Mac Pro as the obvious choice for the studio?
Since the new MacBook Pro promises to be such a capable little beast, we thought we’d pit it against its older, desktop‑dwelling brother, the iMac.
Apple revolutionised music‑making with the Macintosh computer, and now their tablet devices are poised to do the same. We offer the first in‑depth exploration of the potential of iOS devices for music.
Given the recent frenzy over the iPad 2, you'd be forgiven for missing one of the more significant updates for the musician — the new MacBook Pro.
This month we take a trip down memory lane with VFX Host, and visit App land to round up a few of our favourite tools.
With rumours of an iPad 2 on the horizon, we take a look at the effect the successful tablet has had on the market.
2010 was a big year for Apple — so what treats are in store for 2011?
Has the recent update to GarageBand narrowed the gap between the bundled music software and its professional sibling, Logic?
If you were to cross a MacBook with an iPad, would the offspring provide the mobile musician with a powerful convenience or a crippled luxury?
Don't panic if your iDevice has recently gone to a watery grave; your music may still be salvageable.
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.
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