32 Results for "Music Production"
15 Sep 2020 in TechSlim bezels, USB C, Apple Pencil & keyboard covers compatibility, new A14 chipset, five colors - the iPad Air just got plenty of love! All that starting at USD 599 for 64GB + Wi-Fi.
18 May 2020 in TechLenovo updates its 14" and 15" ThinkPad workstations with new Intel silicon and up to 14 hours of battery life, presenting musicians with a new Windows-based competitor to the latest MacBook Pro.
30 Mar 2020 in StudioAbleton has joined the list of companies offering extended trial periods to help you stay creative. You can now try Ableton Live 10 Suite for free for 90 days, with no feature restrictions.
27 Mar 2020 in StudioTracktion has announced the availability of Waveform Pro 11. Simplifying its portfolio, the company has also introduced Waveform Free, an impressive free intro version of the DAW.
15 Jan 2020 in StudioA standalone unit with a 7-inch multi-touch screen, the MPC One looks no less slick than its famed predecessors inside the studios of the rich.
02 Oct 2019 in StudioTannoy is staging something of a comeback for its studio monitor line-up with the introduction of Tannoy Gold, positioned as premium nearfield monitors to occupy the company's top range.
22 May 2019 in StudioEight-core configurations are accessible on the 15-inch MacBook Pro, starting at USD 2800. It's a significant upgrade in power for music producers.
31 Oct 2018 in StudioApple is touting a full-fledged professional computer with big boy hardware such as quad-core 8th Gen Intel processors, support for up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 2TB of space.
30 Oct 2018 in StudioApple'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.
22 Aug 2018 in StudioA new Mac Mini suitable for music production? In the works, apparently. Here's a a few things Apple should address to make this computer suitable for professionals, including music producers.
05 Aug 2018 in StudioThe new Core i9 with 10,718 points is about 17% faster than AMD's pretender with a 9147 result. Intel's top-shelf CPU, the Core i7-8700K, racked up 7918 points, which calculates to a 25% performance difference.