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Aug 28, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Prepare your Final Cut Pro X project for YouTube with the best settings and options
Aug 21, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
If you’re creating a movie on your Mac, you can enhance your project by adding your own sound effects. Follow our guide below to create some in GarageBand.
Aug 16, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Having your snaps instantly sync is great, but what if you want to separate them into events? Follow our iPhoto tutorial and we’ll show you exactly how to do it.
Aug 15, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to discover GarageBand’s host of pre-loaded voice effects and learn how add them to your vocal takes to create the best sounds.
May 21, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow our simple iWork tutorial to learn how to make your charts more interesting by adding your own photos using Numbers on your Mac. It’s easier than you think!
May 17, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Make dates easier to read by creating your own calendar spreadsheet using Numbers on your Mac. We’ll show you exactly how it all works in this tutorial.
May 16, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Keep your guard up by changing your password on a regular basis to keep your Mac safe and secure. Here’s how to do it in two simple steps.
May 14, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
GarageBand has plenty of tools to help you make your podcasts more entertaining and sound even better than ever – here’s how to make your own podcast bed
May 9, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow this simple nine-step guide to creating an amazing, tension building action movie score in GarageBand. You’ll be the next John Williams in no time at all.
May 2, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the latest edition of Learn iCloud Week, we learn how to make the most of iCloud’s awesome photo back-up and sharing service by setting it up with iPhoto
May 1, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the second instalment of Learn iCloud Week, we show you how to create your own @me.com account and start receiving iCloud mail immediately on your Mac