SuperMegaUltraGroovy on Thursday released Capo 2.1, a major update to the company’s music app for Mac OS X.
∞ Apogee lets you ask Pantera's producer and engineer questions
Apogee on Monday posted a new blog that invites users to ask questions on producing and recording.
∞ Capo music app comes to the iPhone and iPod touch
SuperMegaUltraGroovy has some great news for musicians — the company’s Capo app is now available on the iPhone and iPod touch.
∞ Avid unveils Pro Tools HD Native
Avid on Wednesday introduced Pro Tools HD Native, giving users a new way to complete audio projects using the power of the computer.
∞ Universal Audio releases the UAD-2 Quad Omni
Great news from Universal Audio (UA) today. The company introduced the UAD-2 Quad Omni, the next generation hardware for its plug-in platform.
∞ Avid intros new Mbox, Pro Tools SE bundles
Avid this week released several new products for Mac using musicians, including several pieces of hardware and a new software bundle.
∞ Review: GuitarJack, FourTrack and TaylorEQ for iPhone
Sonoma Wire Works is one of those companies that you know is going to release quality, innovative products every single time they put something out. The latest hardware and software releases for the iPhone are no exception.
∞ Avid intros new Pro Tools HD interfaces, HEAT software
Avid on Tuesday introduced three new Pro Tools HD interfaces and a new piece of software, called HEAT, that the company said will add the realism of vintage analog sound to Pro Tools recordings.
∞ Preview: Ambrosia Software's WireTap Anywhere 2.0
When Ambrosia Software first released WireTap Anywhere (WTA), they changed the way I thought of my audio hardware. Now with version 2.0 almost ready to be released, WireTap Anywhere will completely change the way I record audio.
∞ Apogee unveils the Symphony I/O audio interface
One of my favorite audio hardware companies, Apogee Electronics, recently released the Symphony I/O multi-channel audio interface.
∞ Review: iRig and AmpliTube for the iPad and iPhone
I’ve been using IK Multimedia’s AmpliTube on my Mac for years, so I was interested to see what the company developed for the iPad and iPhone. They didn’t disappoint.