Writing for Apple's Hot News section, Stephanie Jorgl has posted the Macworld SF Audio Report. It's a look at Mac-compatible products aimed at musicians, audio engineers and other people with an interest in sound processing on the Macintosh.
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At last week's expo Emagic (now a division of Apple) showed off the latest version of Logic, an audio and MIDI recording product. Guitar Center demonstrated products like Ableton Live 2; DigiDesign ProTools and MOTU Digital Performer.
EJ Enterprises Worldwide demonstrated the EJ Turntable, a MIDI-based turntable aimed at DJs who want to scratch on their Macs. BIAS showed off its suite of Mac audio products, while Arboretum and BitHeadz showed off their latest products. M-Audio showed off sound cards and USB-based interfaces, while Gloolabs and SliMP3 showed off MP3 accessories. There was more, too -- check out the story for all the details.
This story, "Apple details MWSF audio products" was originally published by PCWorld.