Don't-Miss Music & audio software Stories
A fix stops Java from disabling itself, and iTunes for Windows and Internet Explorer get some security tweaks.
There's only so many times one can stand listening to Taylor Swift croon about her boyfriends.
Produce your own music, podcasts and other audio projects with this powerful (if obtuse) open-source software.
Kat Korsmo asked how to play music off an external hard in Windows Media Player library. (My answer covers iTunes, as well.)
Aviva received a $50 Google Play gift certificate. How does Google's formats and DRM policy effect where she can enjoy the music, movies, and books she buys?
Janisum asked the Music & Video Software forum about acquiring songs for an iPod without spending money.
Netflix and Hulu may get all the hype, but Plex's robust media management and transcoding features make it seamlessly streaming your digital media collection anywhere and anytime a cinch.
iTunes can automatically add new music to your library, but only if you place it in a designated folder. Here's how to make iTunes monitor any folder.
The service now lets you download all your tunes, which is great for restoring after a crashed hard drive or other data disaster.
Here is how to make your Android phone open nearly any file type be it audio, video, images, and documents.
Want to record the audio that's coming through your speakers? Windows XP made this easy, but in Vista it requires a little third-party help.