Don't-Miss Music & audio software Stories
Lex Friedman and Dan Moren discuss the problem some iTunes users have reported where their gift card balances are being drained by unwanted purchases.
Sonos customers found that Macs running Lion couldn't successfully stream to their speakers. On Tuesday, the company offered a fix.
Michael Dell and HP go head-to-head on the PC industry, Lenovo throws down the gauntlet in the tablet space, and it's The People vs. Apple on censorship.
It's tune-up time for iTunes: Apple on Monday released iTunes 10.4.1 to address a collection of bugs present in the application.
SoundHound now includes a new LiveLyrics feature that makes it possible for users to see a song’s lyrics in time with the music.
Electric Pocket Limited's Coverjam Pro app visualizes the music-listening experience by playing a slideshow of images tagged with an artist’s name, as their music plays.
AOL has released Play, a new music sharing app for iPhones and iPads.
IMCapture for Skype for Mac OS X lets you record your audio and video Skype conversations in a host of formats for later viewing.
Propellerhead's newly announced Reason 6 includes more audio recording and editing control, plus several new effect options. The company is also debuting Reason Essentials, a more basic version of Reason.
Apple on Monday released minor updates to three of its iLife apps. In an unusual move, the updates appeared in the Mac App Store first
Yamaha have announced a new iPhone and iPad app that emulates the Tenori-On music and lighting sequencer, as used by the likes of Bjork.
Following in the footsteps of its older sibling Frenzapp, Bitsmedia’s Frenzapp Music helps you share your music recommendations with your friends while learning from their musical tastes.
Shazam, the maker of an application that identifies the artist behind a song, said on Wednesday it has added a feature that shows scrolling lyrics as a tune is playing.
Avid on Thursday announced its first iPad application, Avid Scorch. Based on the same engine as Avid’s own Sibelius music notation software, Scorch lets you import your existing Sibelius files or purchase and download sheet music from its own in-app store.
A new app from SoundHound lets you speak the name of an artist or song and receive fast, accurate results on your iPhone or iPod touch.