A new program makes it possible to use your favourite 32-bit plug-ins in any 64-bit DAW.
Forthcoming Intel CPUs offer a quieter life and more power to PC musicians.
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!
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.
The Worldwide Developers Conference always brings exciting announcements. We take a look at the headline grabbers...
As the Surface Pro hits these shores, long-time Windows users are still suspicious of Microsoft’s move towards touchscreen functionality.
Think outside the box with a multiple monitor setup.
The imminent release of Intel’s latest processor, Haswell, is expected to bring with it improved graphics and lower power consumption.
Often overlooked, OS X’s humble Command-Tab functionality could significantly enhance your productivity.
Windows 8 sales are still disappointing, but at least third-party developers are continuing to improve our user experience.
Discover the advanced features of Mission Control and get your desktop in order.
Muse Research continue to refine their Receptor virtual instrument player.
With lack of driver support for so much perfectly usable hardware, can anything be done to counter built-in obsolescence?
We revisit the world of MIDI networking, inviting multiple devices, and even PCs, to the party.
Apple have dramatically revamped the iMac — and have made it a tempting choice for the studio.
As they scramble to catch up, Microsoft may have priced themselves way out of the tablet game...
This month we look at wireless options for passing MIDI between your iOS device and your Mac.
Early adopters of the Microsoft Surface could be frustrated by cut-down software and uncertain support from third-party app developers.
Can you record and produce entirely on your iPad? Let’s examine the ins and outs...
This month we look at the new iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface and Borderlands Granular Synth app.
Virtual MIDI cables still have a place in the PC musician’s studio, so what should you be using in this 64-bit world?
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