If you’re a budding musician looking to record their own music at home, chances are you turn to either free recording software or cheap ones since you’re just starting out. Now you might have heard of more complex and professional recording software such as Pro Tools which is a software used by many famous musicians and producers.
Previously the cost of Pro Tools was too high for amateurs to get in on the action, but you’re in luck because Pro Tools has gone free, sort of. Avid has recently launched a free version of Pro Tools called Pro Tools First. The software is expected to be released in the next few months and it is basically a way for musicians to try out Pro Tools without having to pay for it. Read full post →Avid’s Pro Tools First Is Free But Limited
As you might have heard, Samsung could be dropping Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 from its upcoming Galaxy S6 due to overheating issues, or at least that’s what the rumors are saying. However if the newer reports are to be believed, it seems that Qualcomm is working on a fix that will address those issues specifically for Samsung.
Qualcomm is said to be working on a solution for the chip’s heat emissions and that they are expected to provide Samsung with the updated chipsets in March, although we’re not sure if this might be in time for the Galaxy S6 to go on sale. Given that we have heard that the phone will be announced in March, there is a good chance that the early batches of the Galaxy S6 could be pure Exynos, and that the Snapdragon 810 models will be delayed. Read full post →Qualcomm To Fix Snapdragon 810’s Overheating Just For Samsung [Rumor]