With functionality that could actually surpass that of the iPad, Microsoft’s Surface looks set to make a big splash in the tablet market.
If you want a computer that’s completely silent, yet portable and powerful enough for location recording, look no further.
For those suffering the frustrations of moving audio from one app to another, a solution may finally have arrived, in the form of Audiobus.
Announcements in the touchscreen world of Windows 8-compatible products hint at competition for the iPad.
After years of relative immunity, the Mac platform may now be more vulnerable to virus attacks. What precautions should you be taking?
Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor may be closer than we thought — but does it make sense for musicians?
While the iPad users are getting all the attention, let’s learn to love our Macs again...
A consumer preview version of Windows 8 has been released to mixed reviews — but what does the horizon look like for musicians?
This month we wonder at Apple’s lasting appeal, show you how to regain the Apple Loops utility, and eat our words...
Checking real-world latency just got easier, with a new tool from DAW Bench...
Does this luxuriously specified audio PC justify its premium price tag?
Our intrepid columnist gets down and dirty with iTunes Match, confirming that it may indeed change the way people consume music.
As the PC world embraces Thunderbolt technology on new devices and peripherals, AMD weigh in with budget-priced competition...
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?
The Windows Store is due to open in late February, but will over-zealous security measures lessen its appeal?
It’s not the cheapest PC around and it’s not the most powerful, but this machine might just help you make better recordings.
It should be a stress-free ascent, but our Apple guru finds himself confronted with all kinds of complications when moving to the Cloud...
With expected component shortages and the consequent rise in hard‑drive prices, what can the PC musician expect from 2012?
Following the death of Steve Jobs, we reflect on the life of one of the most influential technology pioneers of our generation.
Keeping your music PC hooked up to the Internet, with security software active, has a surprisingly small impact on performance...
Steve Jobs’ tenure was a period of unprecedented innovation. So, in a world already wowed by Apple, how will Tim Cook fill his shoes?
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