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Sure, you can use GarageBand as a solo artist, but why not use it to strike up the band? Musician James Galbraith shares some easy tips.
Kirk McElhearn explains how to import and export playlists to share with others, plus how to gift the contents of your favorite playlists to lucky friends.
Did you ever admire those large images that were actually made up of hundreds of smaller pictures? You too can create a mosaic. Chris McVeigh walks you through the steps using his favorite mosaic software.
If you've never given the Column Browser in iTunes the time of day, Kirk McElhearn explains why you might want to change your tune.
Planning to give a custom CD or DVD as a gift? Here are techniques you can use to spiff up the package.
If you buy audiobooks on CD, here's what you need to know to rip them and get them to play correctly in iTunes or on your iPod.
Want iTunes to stop playback after the current song is done? Here's a script that'll do it.
Making a holiday gift is often hit-and-miss; but you can rarely go wrong with a nicely designed T-shirt.
With iLife '11 you can now avoid the iPhoto-to-iMovie import rigmarole.
iTunes is one of Apple's most flexible applications, offering a huge library of AppleScript commands and properties. Here are ten great scripts you can download right now.
Looking for some memorable holiday fun at your next party? Try temporary tattoos. It's easy with Pages '09, a Mac, and the inkjet printer of your choice.
Adobe's new Photoshop Elements 9 can have difficulties importing iPhoto libraries. Adobe claims to be working on a solution.
Kirk McElhearn takes a look at what iTunes' sorting tags are for, and how you can use them to your advantage.
Now that FaceTime for Mac has been out for a few hours, Macworld had a chance to play with it a bit. Here's what we found so far.
Apple's iMovie app for iOS 4 is fairly easy to use, but it also carries expectations based on what iMovie for Mac (or really any video editor) can do. Being a mobile app, some capabilities aren’t available—or are they? Here are some tips for expanding the editing features of iMovie 1.1.