Burning Naughty Bits Syndrome is, well, a rather personal thing. You’re kicking back on your chaise lounge, bedecked in short pants with a MacBook on your lap, and within 10 to 15 minutes your
’Book’s legendary battery o’ hellfire is threatening to poach your eggs.
GarageBand has done a great job of bringing user-friendly, intuitive
home-recording tools to the masses. But while the results usually
outstrip the four-track compositions of yore, most GarageBand creations
sound like exactly what they are: one person recording simple musical
sketches to a computer. Fortunately, with the application of a few
simple pro-recording concepts, your solo projects can be so much more.
Duerr and his team at Riverturn,
a technology consulting firm that also builds iPhone apps, have spent
the past five days trying to figure out the real reason why Apple
pulled their VoiceCentral Google Voice app from the App store and
whether there is any hope that the Apple will reconsider its decision.
Apple shocked many iPhone users this week with their decision to not allow Google's Voice application onto the App Store. It looks as though they'll have to answer to more than just users now, however.
Behold the wondrous tale of Apple’s legendary Tablet computer,
documenting nearly a decade of openly whispered secrets, extraordinary
rumors, astonishing apparitions and intrepid souls who pore through
patent databases, ask hard questions, and dare to speculate about the
magic being conjured up behind closed doors in Cupertino.
There’s nothing quite like the glow of tubes burning hot in a heavy,
smoky tube amplifier for making an electric guitar sing and scream. But
when you want the sweet sound of six-string Nirvana to go, Native
Instruments’ slick new Guitar Rig Mobile offers a cool combination of a
tiny hardware interface and the stripped-down power of their potent
Guitar Rig software studio for just around a hundred bucks--and it’s got
plenty of big audio bang to fuel your rock ’n’ roll dreams.