Apple Hot News article talks about the plethora of music apps for OS X seen at this Winteris NAMM Show. The International Music Products Association (NAMM) holds a biannual gathering which focuses on music products. The Winter 2002 NAMM Show boasted record attendance (according to a NAMM press release) and a veritable cornicopia of apps designed with the music loving OS X user in mind, according to an Apple News article by Stephanie Jorgl. This from Appleis Hot News:
Once again, Macs graced the aisles of NAMM, where developers showed their wares, taunting tech-hungry songwriters, remixers and producers alike with the latest in audio editing, sound producing, virtual instruments and other sound toys.
The Hot News article goes on to list a whole mess of music applications, from Montage, an audio/video editng package, to OS X compatible MIDI devices. Stop by Appleis Hot News and check out the article.