Don't-Miss Audio Stories
A portable, wireless mic records to your iPhone or iPad, designed for podcasting, interviews, and music.
Exquisite design, exceptional comfort, outstanding audio performance; plus, an integrated analog amplifier you might never use.
If you work out regularly, a good pair of fitness earbuds can be a better investment than a fitness tracker.
These wired earbuds aren’t innovative or exciting, but they deliver excellent sound.
The audio is nothing special, but the fitness feature is.
The slimmest wireless earbuds on the market have an audio profile designed for pop.
Yurbuds’ ‘twist-lock’ technology isn’t the most comfortable means of keeping your earbuds in your ears, but it works.
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.
Not recommended for critical listening, but the transducer in the headband is more than just an expensive gimmick.
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.
Zoom's iQ5 is small Lightning connector microphone that offers good sound and flexible features.
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.