We find out how this new, lower-priced iPad fairs, in terms of real-world performance, against Apple’s top-of-the-line model.
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Despite the iMac moniker, the iMac Pro is a very impressive machine. Is it the computer that Mac-based musicians and audio engineers have been waiting for?
At a special event held in Shanghai back in May, Microsoft unveiled the fifth-generation Surface Pro, which benefits from many of the lessons the Surface team learnt whilst developing the Surface Studio.
Apple unveiled the much-rumoured 10.5-inch iPad Pro at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose.
Apple quietly introduced a new iPad in a press release towards the end of March — called simply iPad. It isn’t a new flagship for the company, more an affordable replacement for the iPad Air.
Intel’s whole CPU range has undergone a refresh over the last 12 months. We report on the performance of their new processors and their suitability for audio.
Apple recently unveiled their second model in the iPad Pro range: the smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro with the same dual-core, 64-bit A9X system-on-chip as its big brother.
Both Apple’s and Microsoft’s flagship tablet devices are large, powerful and elegant. But which is best for musicians?
Microsoft’s latest OS offers potential benefits for musicians and recording engineers — but is now the right time to move to Windows 10?
Our benchmark tests show you which CPUs offer the best audio performance, whether you’re on a budget or money’s no object.
In the world of live sound, the tablet revolution is much more than just hype: it really does have the potential to turn front-of-house mixing on its head.
Thinking of turning your iPad into a mobile recording studio? Check out our round-up of multitrack recording apps first!
Muse Research continue to refine their Receptor virtual instrument player.
Apple have dramatically revamped the iMac — and have made it a tempting choice for the studio.
This month we look at the new iPad Mini, Microsoft Surface and Borderlands Granular Synth app.
Scan’s new hex-core machine offers huge amounts of processing power and RAM. Is it the perfect studio PC?
If you want a computer that’s completely silent, yet portable and powerful enough for location recording, look no further.
Does this luxuriously specified audio PC justify its premium price tag?