Here's how Berklee College of Music professor Andrea Pejrolo turned his iPad into a portable, professional recording studio. Part one: Get your hardware and software in order.
Music recognition is no longer confined to mobile devices. Shazam is now freely available for Mac users.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find a duck that likes to move your data around, a phone that doesn't need dusting, and a tower that knows what happened to all your files.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss such topics as missing album artwork, when re-ripping CDs makes sense, and how to save Internet radio stations.
BitPerfect works with iTunes to produce better sounding music from your Mac.
The festival, taking place at London's Roundhouse, will feature Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams, Beck, and more.
Thanks to the apps in this week’s roundup, you can keep your notes organized, solve complex equations (who doesn’t start their day with a bit of linear algebra?), and finally let loose with a light death-metal jam.
iLife's gone through a lot of changes since its introduction, but Ted Landau wonders if Apple’s latest moves have the suite on the endangered species list.
Do you love learning new songs? Capo can make that process even easier. We took a peek at SuperMegaUltraGroovy's new Mac and iOS versions of the software.
This week's roundup comes with an app that helps you draw charts without knowing an iota about math--which may come in handy when another program we feature tells you that you’re late delivering that paper your promised your prof two weeks ago.