Macbook Air Apple Music

Your MacBook Air comes with a collection of great apps for things you do every day, like surfing the web, sending mail and messages, and arranging your calendar. It also comes with apps like Photos, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, the Apple TV app, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote—so you can be creative and productive right from the start. Part 3: How to Airdrop Music between iPhone and Mac with iTunes. Can you AirDrop music from iPhone to Mac or from Mac to iPhone with other transferring tools? The answer is yes. ITunes is an easy-to-use gadget to transfer a plethora of files like music, photos, movies, podcasts, e-books, etc. Between computer and iOS devices.

Hi, as always, it depends. Let me devide this into two topics:

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1. You should use an external audio interface at least if you want to play live due to latency of the internal sound cards of each MacBook.

2. If a MacBook Air is suitable depends on the complexity of the sounds and effects you want to use. Playing a single piano sound might work but if you use additional effects and more sounds in parallel you might come into trouble.


I use a MacBook Pro 15“ what is also recommend by Apple and run several sounds and effects in parallel, e.g. two instances of Omnisphere 2, Valhalla Shimmer on a reverb Bus and Steinbergs The Grand 3 as Piano sound. From observable CPU usage I would say this will not work on a MacBook Air.


How powerful the CPU should be depends also on the sample buffer you set. The smaller the sample buffer the higher the necessary CPU usage and lower the latency. The larger the sample buffer, the lower the necessary CPU usage but Aldo the higher the latency.

One last important thing. An Intel Core i7 in the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 13“ is a 2-Core Version. Only the MacBook Pro 15“ has a real quad-core CPU!

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Dec 26, 2017 7:19 AM

My Apple Music playlists and music have stopped working on my Macbook Air. I am running iTunes 12.6.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.4 and don't know what is wrong. All music I have purchased is still accessible but anything added through Apple Music doesn't play (they aren't greyed out). It either stays loading or skips to the next song. I have no issues with my iOS devices. Has anyone had this issue? Can anyone give some recommendations to fix it? I have tried turning off and on the iCloud Library and restarted my computer with no luck.


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MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015), macOS Sierra (10.12.4)


Posted on Jun 14, 2017 2:33 PM