Macworld already has a couple of Twitter feeds, but now musicians and music lovers can communicate directly with Jim Dalrymple about everything audio.
MacProVideo released two tutorials for Mac users, one for iMovie and the other for Pro Tools.
Lexicon released a new series of audio interfaces for Mac-using musicians. The I·ONIX comes in three models with a variety of inputs and outputs.
Cakewalk announced an update Rapture that will add many new features to the virtual synthesizer. The update will be available in late April.
Toontrack updated Superior drummer with almost 50 new features and bug features.
AKG is offering two new microphones that give Mac-using musicians the pro sound they are looking for when recording.
Guitar Rig Mobile, a new package for guitarists on the go, is now shipping.
Ableton released new versions of its popular live sequencing applications, Live 8 and Suite 8
Vox unveiled a new stompbox for Mac users, giving you 33 amp and 11 cabinet models to chose from.
Vendors are feeling positive about Macworld Expo 2010 and the changes IDG World Expo is making to the show, including the change to February and opening the exhibit hall on Saturday.
Sonoma Wire Works updated its audio recording application for the iPhone, fixing a couple of issues.
CBS is giving celebrity watchers a new application to keep track of their favorite stars.
Adobe and Facebook are giving developers a new set of tools to create Flash-based applications.
MobileMe may have had some growing pains, but with push technology, the service has become an important tool for Jim Dalrymple.
Skype for iPhone will arrive at the App Store on Tuesday. The application will allow users to make free Wi-Fi calls to other Skype users.