Sabathius writes: Paraphrased (spin removed) from the MacRumors.com article: Over 11 evenings, starting on February 21st, 2008, iTunes will host a series of unique recording sessions. More than 25 talented musicians — including KT Tunstall, José González, Tom Baxter, Roísín Murphy, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Spiritualized — will perform solo and collaborative sets in London's AIR Studios.
This writer finds the article very interesting — in that it may signal Apple's (iTunes's) alpha strike in undermining the recording industry super-powers.
Sabathius writes: Hard on the heels of the last "Special Event", Mac Rumors reports that Apple will make another announcement on the 25th of September (just one day before Photokina, a world-wide a photography/imaging gathering in Germany). There are rumors of a new version of Aperture (based on the lens image on the invitation matching the one on the Aperture box), as well as the possibility of a Macbook Pro update.