We love keeping an eye on what Apple purchases, as it can give us hints as to what the company is working on internally. The newest acquisition is the Italian music editing startup Redmatica. As first spotted by an Italian site and reported by TechCrunch, Apple has apparently purchased the company, which specializes in music editing apps — like Keymap Pro, AutoSampler, and ProManager.
This acquisition could quite easily fit into Apple’s current editing technology: GarageBand and Logic Pro. Alternatively, picking up an entire company of audio engineers could mean an awful lot towards getting Siri better at recognizing sounds than she is right now.