Don't-Miss Music & audio software Stories
Hardware and software for musicians can always be found on the Macworld/iWorld show floor, and 2013 was no exception. Here's what caught James Galbraith's eye.
With KaleidoPro, a musician can play not just a wide range of drum kits, but also other instruments.
The $395 TriplePlay Wireless Guitar controller plugs into your Mac or iPad and features a software bundle for recording, composing, and performing.
This mobile music app for the iPhone wants to be the Instagram of music.
Amazon on Thursday launched an iOS compatible Web interface for its MP3 store, allowing iPhone and iPod touch users the ability to purchase music directly from their devices.
iPad rumors are floating to the surface once again, Phil Schiller's comments to a Chinese paper are called into question, and Apple's won a major award.
Putting together a home recording studio is easier than you may think.
How to pick the right audio interface or mixer for your home studio.
Mac and iOS may have dominated Apple news this year, but they weren't the only developments. Dan Moren and Lex Friedman recount the rest of what happened in 2012.
As the song goes, music can help to make spirits bright this time of year. But not this music. Not ever.
iTunes 11 was a massive overhaul of Apple's jack-of-all-trades app for managing music, App Store shopping, device syncing, and more. iTunes 11.0.1 fixes a lot of small things that ailed the initial update.
Adobe used its Creative Live event to spotlight updates to a range of its creative products and services.
Begun, these iPhone rumors have. Elsewhere, Apple's radio service isn't getting play time from record labels, Eric Schmidt's got a head-scratcher, and Apple's getting greener (and not with envy).
Sonos has released an update to its iOS app that allows you to stream content in the iTunes library of your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to your Sonos audio devices.