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DIY PREAMP BLUES

Can you recommend some decent units and tell me what to watch out for when doing these things? Tom Abbot Sheffield

MT The DIY scene has really grown in the last fewyears and when once there were only a few kits there are now dozens in all shapes and sizes. Seventh Circle Audio (www. seventhcircleaudio.com) has a variety of kits based loosely on several different classic preamp designs from the likes of SSL, Neve and API. However, you will also need to build a Seventh Circle Audio chassis for these preamps (single-unit chassis are available). In the

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The Lifer

OS X Mavericks is generating a lot of buzz with its stick-looking app upgrades, but Rik Myslewski is more excited about the features we can’t see

Apple’s OS X Mavericks adds a number of nifty features — I’m particularly jazzed about improvements to the Finder, Safari, and the Calendar app — but even more interesting to us in the geek community are a trio of under-the-hood items that boost both performance and battery life.

The first goes by the oh-so-cute name of App Nap — definitely a «What took you so long?» feature. App Nap keeps an eye on the

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TAKE APPS OUT TO THE BALLGAME

Enrich your ballpark trip with these home-run apps

We’re well into the Major League Baseball season, and the dog days of summer will soon give way to some truly thrilling divisional races. As someone who watches most of my games on TV (or streaming online), it’s amazing how much being at a game in person can make me feel so oddly disconnected. Where’s the commentary and the constant array of stats and trivia bits? I crave that extra layer atop the game when it’s absent.

An iPhone or iPad can really come in handy in these moments. As much as

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News of Symbians Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

WHY NOKIA’S SYMBIAN ISN’T GOING AWAY JUST YET

It’s been a year since Nokia and Microsoft announced their strategic partnership. With Windows Phone 7 headlining their smartphones, Nokia has been grabbing the headlines with their WP7 Lumia series, while their Symbian-powered devices have taken a back seat. But Symbian isn’t exactly dead.

Sales of Nokia’s Symbian Series 40 (S40) devices, which include the Asha series unveiled in October 2011, have hit the 1.5 billion mark since their introduction in 1999. Nokia believes that 675 million out of the 1.5 billion devices sold thus far are still active devices.

The Asha

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MOBILE SYNTHS

T ablet and mobile synthesizers are becoming increasingly ubiquitous and more capable, as developers find new and innovative ways to best utilise the touchscreen medium. For the most part we’re seeing the same kinds of high-quality synths that we find in the computer world, albeit with slightly larger controls.

As the iPad has developed, more and more companies are offering surprisingly complete DAWs in which multiple instances of instruments can be combined to create the ultimate, portable composition tool. This has taken a giant leap in recent months thanks to the release of Audiobus, which lets apps ‘talk’ to each

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Russian developers occupied the top 10 App Store

Several applications of Russian programmers were in the top 10 best programs for Apple devices at the end of last week, said the publication Digit.ru, having studied the ratings online store App Store in Russia. In the second place in the ranking of free apps for smartphones and tablets iPhone iPad hit game Draw Rider Anton Vazhinsky about the fearless rider. Scanty schedule redeems realistic "physics" of the game. In the fourth place among the free apps for iPhone settled quest 100 Doors of Revenge Rustem Melnichenko, and in sixth place in the category of apps for the iPad

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Russian developers occupied the top 10 App Store

Several applications of Russian programmers were in the top 10 best programs for Apple devices at the end of last week, said the publication Digit.ru, having studied the ratings online store App Store in Russia. In the second place in the ranking of free apps for smartphones and tablets iPhone iPad hit game Draw Rider Anton Vazhinsky about the fearless rider. Scanty schedule redeems realistic "physics" of the game. In the fourth place among the free apps for iPhone settled quest 100 Doors of Revenge Rustem Melnichenko, and in sixth place in the category of apps for the iPad

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