Don't-Miss Music & audio software Stories
This week at Macworld|iWorld, we host the Macworld Live stage where you can see interviews with some of your favorite tech personalities and developers. Here's the schedule.
Macworld senior associate editor Dan Moren shows you how to share media between Apple devices using iTunes Home Sharing.
Shazam's new Player app shows the lyrics to the music in your library.
Jason Snell shows you three ways to join audio tracks together for use in iTunes.
The company behind numerous iOS instrument apps on Thursday unveiled Magic Guitar. Don't fret if you don't know how to play; the app makes it easy to sound good.
We've announced our App Gems Awards for 2011. Now get the inside scoop on which iOS apps captured our attention in the past year.
Apple's Logic Express has been updated to version 9.1.6, bringing with it a variety of fixes and app stabilization.
Mac software maker Rogue Amoeba has launched a simple, lightweight audio recorder called Piezo.
Smule, the company behind apps like Ocarina, Glee, and Magic Piano, announced Thursday that it will acquire auto-tuning app-maker Khush.
In a turnaround for the publisher, Rolling Stone should arrive on your iPad sometime next year.
With a pair of utilities, staff writer Lex Friedman is able to control iTunes entirely from his keyboard--and no longer forgets to resume his music all day after pausing it to take a phone call.
Unbelievably, this is our last Weekly Wrap before Thanksgiving ("Siri, explain to me how November flew by so fast"). So we thought this we’d focus on stories from the past week that relate to things we’re feeling thankful for—specifically iTunes Match, iOS, and the Mac.
Google Music, the company's cloud-based online music service, is now available to all users in the U.S. and includes song and album sales, as well as an integration with the Google+ social networking site.
Apple's iTunes Match service went live this week, and a trio of Macworld editors stops by the podcast to talk about their experience using the new service.
Apple's iTunes 10.5.1 update addresses a weakness in the application's update mechanism that could be exploited to trick users into visiting malicious websites.