Music

iTunes is getting some new Beatles material, up for pre-order now

If you want to listen to the absolute best of The Beatles, iTunes is possibly the best place to go. Pretty soon, the already extensive collection will get even larger with the release of some material in digital form for the very first time. Live at the BBC Volume 1 and Volume 2 will be available to download from mid-November at $19.99 a piece.

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iTunes Festival adds Elton John and Arctic Monkeys to its impressive lineup

We're still a way out from the start of Apple's annual iTunes Festival, but the lineup is starting to fill up nicely. The latest big name additions are Elton John and Arctic Monkeys, joining such artists as Justin Timberlake, Kings of Leon, Pixies and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

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Rock out even harder with your guitar and iOS using Amplitube 3.0 and iRig HD

IK Multimedia has introduced a new version of their Amplitube app, which enables iPad and iPhone users to model amps and effects pedals virtually. The new release, 3.0, adds timeline audio editing and new gear models.

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Sonos enhances Spotify connections and more in new update

Sonos is already one of the most flexible music systems available, and with the latest 4.1 update to its controller software for iOS, OS X, Android and Windows, it's gotten even better.

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iRadio: Apple could do streaming really well, but they don't have to do it at all

The rumors of an Apple iRadio music streaming service just won't go away. With WWDC just around the corner, many think that we may see something announced in San Francisco—in the very same room Google recently announced All Access. Apple could knock it out of the park if they entered this space, and I'm sure a lot of us would love to see just such an Apple branded service. But a couple of questions still present themselves. Does Apple really need to do music streaming, and what form could it take if they do?

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Amazon taking the fight to iTunes on the Desktop with new Cloud Player client

Amazon's Cloud Player has been around for a while now, but the only way to access it in a desktop environment has been via the web browser. Now though, Amazon has announced a full desktop client for Cloud Player, and takes the fight to iTunes in doing so.

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Want to listen to Daft Punk's Random Access Memories before it's released? There's an iTunes for that!

Daft Punk are back, and their fans could not be happier. Well, until now, that is. The latest creation from the legendary pairing, Random Access Memories, is their first full studio album since 2005 and is due for general release on May 21. But, waiting sucks, so iTunes has come up big by allowing fans to stream the new album in its entirety before it's released. Every, single, track. All you need to do is head on over to the Daft Punk landing page in iTunes on your computer.

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Twitter launches iTunes-connected #music app for iOS

This morning Twitter announced #music, a new app which allows Twitter users to post and listen to embedded tracks from iTunes, Spotify, or Rdio. By checking out the new #NowPlaying section, you can get a snapshot view of what's being listened to by the people you follow.

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Apple's rumored iRadio service rumored to be on the verge of signing Universal, Warner

iRadio, the common vernacular for Apple's long rumored streaming-and-maybe-subscription music service, is once again in the headlines this week, this time thanks to a report claiming music giants Universal and Warner are close to signing on. Greg Sandoval of The Verge writes:

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Apple close to deals on Pandora-like streaming service, hoping for summer launch

Apple may soon strike deals with two of the major record labels that would allow them to launch a Pandora-like radio service by this summer. While Apple seems to have made a deal that has them paying the labels less on a per-stream basis than Pandora, Apple’s deal also includes new ways of generating revenue, according to Paul Sloan of CNET.

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