Don't-Miss Audio Stories
Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack has long been a powerful tool for capturing audio, but its interface could be confusing. The latest version makes it far easier to use.
iTunes 12 brings significant changes to the interface, not all of which make it easier to play and manage your media.
Despite some comfort issues, the FlexyMike Dual Ear Cardioid's accuracy makes it an ideal mic for Dragon Dictate.
Capo touch’s ability to slow down or speed up music, raise or lower the key, and loop regions can help musicians at all skill levels learn and practice new songs.
BitPerfect works with iTunes to produce better sounding music from your Mac.
Jabra's rugged and comfortable Revo Wireless gives you the convenience of Bluetooth without the audio compromises we've come to expect from wireless headphones.
AudioSwitcher is fantastically functional, especially if you’re switching between multiple microphones and speakers on a daily basis.
Instapaper's Marco Arment returns to the iPhone with a podcast app that's free to try and quite good.
When you're listening to your music, Equilibrium gives you controls that work with iTunes, Spotify, Rdio, and Vox.
Intermission brings TiVo-like controls to audio you play on your Mac. It's also useful as a universal Pause button.
If you lack a regular backup band to help you practice your soloing, give iReal Pro a go.
If you're a user of Dragon Dictate, you can cut the cable with one of these wireless mics.
Store your hums, tunes, lyrics, and notes in this beautifully-constructed little songwriting app.