Just how suitable is the super expensive new Apple Mac Pro for musicians and producers? Matt Vanacoro has tested one in his studio setup for a month.
WWDC 2020 announcements from Apple were seminal. But with Macs switching from Intel to Apple Silicon should musicians and audio producers be concerned or confident?
Roland's multi-platform, free-to-access music app gets a boost with new features in the 1.1 update. Here's what's new.
RME's drivers are all written in-house and not outsourced to third parties, so customers can use latest operating systems without interruption or delay.
Designed for all screen types, from mobile devices to notebooks and desktops, Roland's new Zenbeats works across all major platforms and devices. Here's the details.
Among the fanfare of Apple's other announcements you may have missed this news about the upcoming Logic Pro X 10.4.5 - and it looks like it's going to bring very significant changes.
Apple has certainly delivered on its promise to totally revamp its biggest and fastest Mac, with a price tag to match its stunning specifications. But what does it mean for producers?
To ensure a long life and efficient performance for your music or video computer, Matt Vanacoro recommends you follow these few simple tips. Read on to find out what they are...
An increasing number of users are reporting issues when trying to record audio via certain audio interfaces on Apple computers that use the T2 secure chip. What is going on?
FL Studio works a little differently when it comes to signal flow, but it's easy to learn with this expert advice from FLS expert, Rishabh Rajan.
It's a topic that arouses emotions in many people, but the fact remains that there isn't one perfect system for everyone. Matt Hepworth shares how he switched from a Mac to a Windows system.
With Apple's new modular Mac Pro now not coming until 2019, what are your options for getting a high-powered Mac in the meantime? Hollin Jones lays out your choices.
An all-in-one subscription to Apple's software and hardware ecosystem is an interesting idea. Is this something that could help keep your gear current while keeping costs manageable?
Korg's Gadget has come to the Mac desktop and in this short video, Hollin Jones guides you through adding modules, programming beats and synth lines to make a track in a couple of minutes.
Building instruments and processors from scratch isn't always easy but can be very rewarding. Audulus 3 might just be the tool that persuades you to take the plunge.