Dec 18, 2015 - Philadelphia based Industrious One today announces Musicality 3 for Mac. Musicality breaks your music out of the browser, with desktop conveniences like keyboard shortcuts and notifications, powerful AirPlay streaming, and a new iOS remote. Take control of over a dozen popular music websites including Pandora Radio, Google Play Music, Spotify, and more. Version 3.0 is a significant upgrade, with built-in controls for nearly a dozen more music services and so much more.
Dec 10, 2015 - Xylio has just released the completely remade future.dj pro, in conjunction with Pulselocker's new and vast music database to produce one of the most flexible digital DJ setups that gives any DJ or club the right to play any music anywhere legally. This new functionality embedded in future.dj pro's interface, makes sure that you can take full advantage of over 44 million tracks that have been integrated in Pulselocker's database from nearly 500,000 labels.
Oct 27, 2015 - California based indie designer, KaL MichaeL today introduces Plaaying 1.0, a great new app that makes controlling and sharing media on your Mac much better. With support for iTunes, Spotify, and Rdio, Plaaying is built for the social age and to work the way you do. With innovative features like "Intermission," automatic and manual sharing to social media, and four attractive, proactive designs to choose from, Plaaying offers the best way to share and control media on your Mac.
Oct 22, 2015 - Longtime independent developer, Andrew Kaz today announces Turntable for Mac OS X, a revolutionary new kind of Music Player. Turntable revolutionizes the music player software interface. Rather than 'computer linear' like iTunes, Turntable is fully visual, full-on immersive - It features nothing but Albums, Album Art, and Artists. Turntable is also the first desktop music player ever to present real albums just as you'd have records or CDs in real life.
Sep 18, 2015 - Dublin-based indie software developer, Hovik Melikyan today introduces Magnetola 1.0 for OS X. Stylized as a vintage compact cassette player, Magnetola is the first sensory-friendly music player that can play tracks either unaltered or, for more sensitive ears, slightly "softened." Magnetola's unique audio softener filter can smoothen the rough edges of individual instruments, as well as it can follow the overall dynamic of the song and suppress sudden big attacks.
Aug 19, 2015 - Cologne based indy software shop, tagtraum industries today announces beaTunes 4.5, a new version of their popular music library management utility for Mac OS X and Windows. beaTunes excels at fixing ID3 tags and automatically calculating musical key and tempo - features valued by music enthusiasts, DJs, and athletes alike. Automatic song segmentation and a new music player make it a well rounded tool for the serious audiophile.
Jul 28, 2015 - Atomic Droplet has released MixTape Pro 1.3, an important update to their audio workstation for Mac OS X. MixTape is a simple, beautiful and easy-to-learn application for making beat matched mixes and exporting them to iTunes and/or the web. Initially released in 2010, version 1.3 brings MixTape in line with the modern Mac experience. Improvements include pitch lock; responsive scrolling; retina graphics (including waveforms); low power consumption; 64-bit execution and a Yosemite UI.
Jun 03, 2015 - Metason today releases ArtistInfo 2.4 , an update to their popular Mac app. ArtistInfo presents a concise overview of artists involved in a music album. Band members, musicians' biographies, played music instruments, discographies, performed musical genres, and upcoming concerts are displayed in detail. Version 2.4 offers synchronization with Spotify, and supports the playback of discovered album tracks and songs using either the local iTunes music collection or Spotify's audio streaming.
May 22, 2015 - New York based RoGame Software announces the release of Quincy for Mac OS, a most unique music composition tool. Quincy's modular approach to interpretation of cellular automata renders Life worlds in styles ranging from Balinese Gamelan music to that of Stockhausen. Auto-generated interactive music that sounds authentic and goes far beyond the mere triggering of note events or squeaky sine waves. Compositions in Quincy are visually and musically spellbinding and wonderfully strange.