Acclaimed UK musician, Brian Eno uses Macs to create light-based musical compositions.
A new report on Apple's UK website explains how Eno - who first came to prominence in the 1970s as synth player for Roxy Music - is using Apple technology to create light-based visual 'paintings'.
Eno has been experimenting with sound and light for 25 years. The report takes an in-depth look at the motivation, inspiration and technological achievements that make his work - which he calls 'generative art'.
"It's very hard for me to actually think how I would work if I didn't have a Mac," says Eno. "I've been very happy with they way the interface works. My relationship with the computer is what I care about and I think it's easy to have a very smooth and enjoyable relationship with a Mac."
You can read the fascinating report here.