Upgrading your computer hardware means more speed, but it comes at a price. Here are 5 ways you can speed up your music system for free!
Joe Albano take sus through the ins and outs of creating aggregate audio devices for Mac users and explains why and in what situations you'd want to consider doing this.
The new updates work with Apple's new Music app that has replaced iTunes - which means no more manually exporting your music library.
If you value the hard work you've put into building up playlists and tags in iTunes to share with Traktor, Serato or Rekordbox, you need to read this.
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.
Apple Digital Masters brings enhanced audio fidelity to its streaming services - and you don't have to do anything to get it. Here's why.
An extra inch of screen space doesn't sound like much but there are other ways in which the software and hardware could evolve to make your music life easier. Here are some of them...
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?
Feature parity across Mac and iOS devices makes sense for developers, but at what cost for the people who rely on pro software to make music?
Having a fast network is increasingly important for maintaining an efficient workflow when producing music. Here are 5 top tips to get blazing fast file transfer.
The app is free and now so too are the downloadable artist piano and guitar tutorial videos. There's no reason not to grab this great update today!
Image Line has jumped from version 12 to 20 with its latest release of FL Studio. They haven't suddenly got bad at maths - this year is the DAW's 20th birthday. And there's some big news.
Corrupted installs, orphaned plugins, renegade drivers, resource-hogging games - there are many things that could be slowing your system down. Here's how to streamline your work DAW.
Apple's iCloud storage, which is available for Windows as well as the Mac, can be a great way to securely manage and organise your music sessions and other files. Here's how to do it.
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.