This month we take a stroll throught the Mac audio editor market and pick up a few bargains along the way.
With the Windows 8 release date fast approaching, we look at real-world performance results from beta users.
In order to back up my Mac, I used a backup utility (Carbon Copy Cloner), in addition to using Time Machine to create incremental backups...
This month, we take a look at some great little apps for problem solving.
Now that Windows 8 supports touchscreen operation, manufacturers are getting inventive with their hardware formats...
With the advent of Lion and Mountain Lion, the way we save and manage documents is changing. But what does this mean for studio musicians?
Windows 8’s new GUI may take some getting used to, but the features it brings should make the effort worthwhile.
If your workflow is a casualty of the closure of MobileMe, it’s probably time to start looking for alternatives...
With functionality that could actually surpass that of the iPad, Microsoft’s Surface looks set to make a big splash in the tablet market.
Announcements in the touchscreen world of Windows 8-compatible products hint at competition for the iPad.
Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor may be closer than we thought — but does it make sense for musicians?
A consumer preview version of Windows 8 has been released to mixed reviews — but what does the horizon look like for musicians?
Checking real-world latency just got easier, with a new tool from DAW Bench...
As the PC world embraces Thunderbolt technology on new devices and peripherals, AMD weigh in with budget-priced competition...
The Windows Store is due to open in late February, but will over-zealous security measures lessen its appeal?
With expected component shortages and the consequent rise in hard‑drive prices, what can the PC musician expect from 2012?
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