25 Mar in Music TechWhat can the new iMacs do for musicians and producers? Both the 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs now have 8th/9th-gen Coffee Lake Intel processors and Radeon Pro Vega graphics. Worth an upgrade?
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13 Mar in OtherConsidering buying a new music production laptop this year? With CPU shortages expected to drive up prices on i3-based budget models, we offer some advice for planning your next purchase.
30 Oct 2018 in Music TechApple's groundbreaking laptop receives a successor equipped with a high-resolution Retina display (no True Tone, though), USB-C/Thunderbolt ports, and Touch ID fingerprint-scanning protection.
25 Oct 2018 in Music TechSoundGrid Mobile Server is a mini PC that'll host a stack of Waves plug-ins at extremely low latency. Use it for real-time monitoring or offload the processing from your laptop in a live or studio situation.
06 Aug 2018 in Music TechThe 13-inch laptop will be powered by Intel's Kaby Lake Refresh 14nm processors. This implies the upcoming laptop will be significantly faster than the 12-inch MacBooks, which work with ultra low-power M3 ...
07 Jul 2018 in OtherIntel is readying 9000-series processors for an upcoming refresh of its Cofee Lake generation. According to a leaked microcode update document, there will be five new models, with both quad-and hexa-core ...
22 Jun 2018 in Music TechIntel is going to release an 8-core, 16-thread mainstream Coffee Lake processor in the fall. The processor made an appearance in the SiSoft Sandra database, clocked to a modest 2.6GHz.
19 Jun 2018 in Music TechLenovo has announced a new workstation-class laptop in its ThinkPad series, the P52, which can be configured as a music and video production monster, and has plenty of connectivity.
03 Apr 2018 in Music TechIntel officially launched its latest high-end Coffee Lake Core i9 laptop processor. Likely to go into next generation MacBook Pros, the CPUs are made on a 14nm process and have six cores.
04 Jan 2018 in OtherPanic ensues as security problems are reported on first Intel and now AMD and ARM processors. Patching "Meltdown" and "Spectre" at OS level could mean a performance hit of up to 30% - but is this true?
26 May 2017 in OtherThose who bought 2016 MacBooks this or last year have no compelling reason to upgrade to the new machines. They will be just fine bashing out bangers on their laptops for another year or two before upgrading...