Review: Trinity Delta, the first in-ear headphones to really impress me | 9to5Mac
I’ve tried numerous in-ear headphones, and none have ever felt remotely comparable to me – until now. Trinity is a brand new British company founded by former lead designer at Rockjaw, specifically to create high-quality in-ear monitors (IEMs) at an affordable price. The Delta is the high-end model, at $135/£90, and it takes rather an unusual approach
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The Logic Pros: How to use MIDI hardware synthesizers in Logic w/ External Instrument plug-in | 9to5Mac: "In this week’s episode of The Logic Pros, we are taking a look at how Logic handles external MIDI-based instruments in the real world. "MIDI in the real world. Not like you virtual surfs.
Rumor: Apple's next-gen iPod touch will gain 64-bit A-series processor in July 14 launch: "Apple is expected to launch an updated iPod touch next week, a refresh that is likely to bring new colors and updated internals that reportedly include a move to a more recent 64-bit A-series application processor."I'm glad I waited. Presumably it will work with the watch. If not, let's put someone else in charge.
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Among music players, the Tefifon never found its groove | Cult of Mac: "If you haven’t heard of the Tefifon, then that means you probably didn’t grow up in West Germany during the 1950s and 60s."I want one. Do you?
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This rapper recorded his entire album at the Apple Store | Cult of Mac: "Recording a rap album is tough, expensive work. Sure, you can bust out a crappy demo on computer if you can’t afford studio sessions, but when Brooklyn rapper Prince Harvey’s laptop got stolen, he found the next best thing to busting out beats at the library: The Apple Store in SoHo."What?
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Apple Music subscriptions explained: The difference between free and paid accounts | iMore: "When you sign up for Apple Music, you'll get access to all the features of a paid account for the first three months of your subscription. After those initial 90 days, however, you'll have to choose whether you're going to continue paying for Apple Music—and keep those paid account features—or downgrade to a free account. If you're not sure what the distinction is between the two levels, we don't blame you"I just needed someone to explain it to me.
How-To: Record live Beats 1 radio shows on your Mac for free | 9to5Mac: "Apple’s Beats 1 global radio station went online this week, and its programming is already grabbing plenty of headlines. The challenge: just like conventional radio, the station doesn’t (yet) offer on-demand recordings of complete past shows."Yay! If only I could listen to it on 10.8.5.