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Apogee’s Quartet Now Ready to Make Music With Your iPad

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If you’ve been waiting for Apogee’s pro, multichannel Quartet to finally become iPad-compatible since we mentioned it last month, time’s up — it’s ready.

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Apogee Turns The iPad Into A Recording Monster With Updated One, Duet And Quartet

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Apogee is the first name that pops into my head when I think “mobile, Mac-powered music-making studio.” Today, the company has revamped three of their user-friendly recording devices: the One, the Quartet and the Duet, upgrading their capabilities and making them all iPad-compatible.

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Best Musician’s Gadgets [Best Of]

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Macs and musicians have always been synonymous (not to meantion aliterative), and some of the first creators to make a nonsense of the canard that the iPad is “only for consumption” were musicians. And where music nerds go, specialist hardware always follows. Here’s a list of the best Mac and iOS music accessories out there.

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The Apogee Jam Transforms Your iPad Into Your Guitar’s Best Friend [Review]

The Apogee Jam Transforms Your iPad Into Your Guitar’s Best Friend [Review]

The Apogee Jam. Get Ready To Shred.

Described simply, the Amazon ($99.00) ($99) is a just little gadget that lets you plug your guitar into your Mac, iPhone, or iPad. But in this pairing of instrument and iDevice, the Jam unlocks a wonderful world of musical possibility that is nothing short of magical.

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What Is The Best Apple Accessory of 2011? [Poll]

What Is The Best Apple Accessory of 2011? [Poll]

This year we’ve seen a slew of absolutely amazing accessories for Apple devices come to the market for both the iMac, MacBooks, iPhones, iPad and AppleTV. Many of them have been remarkable but we’re having a hard time distinguishing which Apple Accessories should be considered the absolute best of 2011, so we’re turning to our readers to help us out.

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