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Apple and Eminem publisher Eight Mile Style have settled a lawsuit that went to trial late last month over digital downloads of the rapper's songs.
A case two years in the making is finally going to trial. Rapper Eminem's music publishers are suing Apple for distributing recordings of his songs without permission.
Apple's added a trio of new artist lessons to its Garage Band Lesson Store, including a pair by Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson.
Mark of the Unicorn has released Digital Performer 7, an upgrade to its audio workstation software, featuring a variety of additions and productivity enhancements, including a new suite of modeled guitar effects plug-ins.
With iTunes 9, Apple has brought the ability to have the software automatically monitor and add media content from a folder to the library. The only thing is, its usefulness may be limited.
Logitech has announced two new Squeezebox network music players, both with 4.3-inch, full-color screens. The Squeezebox Touch features a touchscreen version of the display; the Squeezebox Radio includes a built-in speaker and alarm-clock functions.
The Skype video and audio capture tool wasn't the only application to add support for OS X 10.6. A pair of programs from Chronos added Snow Leopard support, as did AJA Video's line of Kona video capture cards. Panoweaver 6 for the Mac also debuted Wednesday, while Audio 2 DJ is now available in stores.
Watch as Macworld editor Chris Breen tries to turn his Mac into a multimedia-savvy blogging platform without going over budget.
Native Instruments will ship new versions of Kontakt, Absynth, Guitar Rig Pro, and Komplete in October.
It was the year of the Fab Four, the Warren Commission, and the free speech protests. But the Macalope sees echoes of the events of 45 years ago in this week's crop of Apple news.
Default Folder X adds support for Snow Leopard's 64-bit architecture and fixes a problem that could cause the utility’s hierarchical menus to crash under OS X 10.6. Also on Monday, Alien Skin Software released its Photo Bundle suite, Ion Audio released the Tape 2 PC peripheral, and version 9.0 of Akvis Sketch came out.
Sonos recently released its new $349 Sonos Controller 200 (CR200) and Christopher Breen had the opportunity to review it. Given the release of this new controller it seemed an appropriate time to take a video gander at the Sonos system.
Apple has finally rolled out the iTunes Store in Mexico, more than six years after its initial launch in the U.S.