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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.
On Tuesday, Slacker launched Slacker Premium Radio, a $10-a-month on-demand tier of the company's music-streaming service.
DoubleTwist, an Android app, now offers support for streaming music and video to the Apple TV.
Smule, the company behind musical iOS apps like Glee, I Am T-Pain, and Ocarina, has created an iPhone edition of its popular Magic Piano app.
Five Details's new $1 app Seamless transitions your music between your Mac and iPhone, even mid-song.
A pop punk band has used Apple's new GarageBand for iPad to record a 12-track album now available in the iTunes Store.
A new app, PairShare, lets users stream music via Bluetooth from one iOS device to another. The app is being pitched at joggers, bikers, and other folks who exercise together.
A new iPhone app takes the pain out of discovering and buying new music with friends. You can pick songs from your iPod library, let others stream them over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, then buy them from Apple's store.
Music recognition service Shazam has updated its iPhone apps to let users share new music with their friends.
Host Chris Breen discusses GarageBand for the iPad. He's then joined by Jeff Carlson to talk about the latest iMovie for iOS devices.
Apple has released GarageBand for iPad, a full-featured music playing, recording, and editing suite. Seasoned musicians can plug in their own instruments or play virtual Touch Instruments, but even budding stars can get creative with Smart Instruments that make music accessible to all skill levels.
Jason Snell spent a week with GarageBand for iPad and the iPad 2. Here are his first impressions.