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Editors Keys, the recording and editing equipment company based in the UK has released its new range of silicone shortcut editing covers.

The brand new covers are designed to fit MacBook, iMac wireless keyboards and Apple extended keyboards and offer full shortcuts for Adobe’s Creative Cloud applications and audio production software DJay and Avid Sibelius.After-Effects-Macbook01.jpg

The team at Editors Keys designed the silicone covers to offer protection for editors, against everyday dirt such as dust, crumbs and coffee spills. In addition to this, the covers also allow you to edit up to 40% faster by displaying all of your program shortcuts. Easy to clean, the covers can be washed with water and dry within seconds.


Adobe Creative Cloud Covers

The covers which can be used for the Creative Cloud include Adobe After Effects, Illustrator and InDesign which are all available to purchase on the Editors Keys website now. The covers contain over 90 shortcuts for each program. These covers will join existing covers for Adobe Premiere and Adobe Photoshop. The covers mean that creatives who work across multiple Adobe programs can change the shortcuts depending on which program they’re using.



The DJay cover is perfect for DJ’s and has been designed in conjunction with the programs makers Algoriddim. The Djay keyboard cover will let you play and mix your djay tracks on your Mac and turns your MacBook into a fully functional DJ station.


Avid Sibelius

The Sibelius cover allows users to compose, arrange and publish quicker with over 120 shortcuts available along with extensive colour coded shortcuts at your fingertips.

All covers are available to purchase on the Editors Keys website starting at a retail price of £27.99.



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Let’s assume you unwrapped a brand new Mac this year (awesome!) or scored a ton of iTunes/iBooks/App Store credit (still awesome!) and you need ideas for awesome apps to buy and check out for your new MacBook or iMac. Tons of new apps have launched on the Mac this year and even more have added new features and remain essential. Below are some of my favorite Mac apps that I’ve used needed from time to time or even use daily and should give you a solid place to start whether your a brand new Mac user or Mac veteran looking to do more with your machine. expand full story

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A range of apps have been updated today with limited-time promotions, in aid of the (RED) charity. Apple has participated in the event with an update to GarageBand, offering a limited-edition In-App Purchase that makes over 300 new drum, guitar, synth and bass loops available as an In-App Purchase. All proceeds from the sale of this expansion pack go directly to the (RED) charity, which sends the money to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The In-App Purchase, which is priced at $0.99, will be available until December 7th.

Other notable developers are also participating, many of which including exclusive additional content. For example, Threes has been updated, with a fresh red theme and updated icon. Monument Valley has added one special (RED) level, Star Walk has added exploration of Mars, The Red Planet. The popular drawing app, Paper, has also participated with a red application theme and icon. The ‘Over’ app has made special edition font and artwork packs available for purchase. djay and Heads Up! are also taking part in the event. Like GarageBand, 100% of proceeds of app and IAP sales go to the (RED) fund.

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