Once upon a time, electronic music was generally the realm of those with access to thousands of dollars of musical equipment, or bedroom producers working in niche and largely unrecognized genres. But over the years, the advent of home computing has brought these worlds together, with the ability to easily emulate a studio's worth of equipment on a laptop or PC. Furthermore, electronic music has...
Apple started today's 'Back to the Mac' event by showing off the latest incarnation of its 'iLife' suite of media-creation and management apps. The upgrades are nothing game-changing, but they're nice little tweaks to an already impressive line up of products....
You've probably never before heard this from your grandparents, parents, uncle, older sibling, the burnout dude at the record store, or that guy with the Prince Valiant/Johnny Ramone haircut hanging out in the corner of your favorite dive bar, but -- over the years -- music has changed. Even more than musical styles, themselves, the processes and equipment associated with recording music,...
Along with the updated iMac announced yesterday, Apple unveiled the latest edition of iLife, the company's killer suite of multimedia programs that comes free with every new Mac. iLife '08's biggest change comes from iMovie, Apple's consumer-level video editing app. iMovie has been completely replaced with a new application, still called iMovie for the sake of consistency. iMovie now operates...
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