Mac Podcasters Quick Upgrade Guide for Audio Hijack 3

2:12 PM, Jan. 23rd, 2015 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

Audio Hijack has been many Mac podcasters' go-to tool for recording their shows. Audio Hijack 3 makes some fundamental changes, most of which will likely be easily understood and quite welcomed by all manner of podcasters. Still, some of those changes may dramatically impact your workflow. We talk through a few of them to ensure you understand what to expect when testing out this new version.

Digital Music: Can You Hear Above 16-bit/44.1kHz?

4:27 PM, Jan. 21st, 2015 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

Dave Hamilton walks right into the line of fire today, detailing and explaining the differences between 16-bit and 24-bit audio bit depths, as well those between sample rates of 44.1kHz and 192kHz. Like The Beatles said about love, Dave says about 16-bits: it's all you need.

Macworld Expo’s Hiatus Leaves a Gap ... and Creates Opportunity

4:21 PM, Oct. 14th, 2014 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

Opportunity

Dave Hamilton has been attending Macworld Expo for decades, both as an attendee and then as part of his professional life. He's sad that Macworld Expo is gone, sure, but he's not surprised. In fact, he sees this as an opportunity opening itself up to our market.

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus: A Perfectly-Sized Portable Device

10:49 AM, Oct. 10th, 2014 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

Dave Hamilton has kept us all apprised of his decision-making process in choosing his new iPhone model. He's finally settled on the iPhone 6 Plus, but it wasn't nearly as easy a decision as he originally predicted, and he explains why.

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus Success Now in Developers Hands

9:26 AM, Sep. 26th, 2014 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

Dave Hamilton has had his iPhone 6 Plus for less than a day and quickly found that this is a new device category for Apple, and not just a larger (or smaller?) version of that which came before it. The size is not the issue. Dave's issue issue is with the apps.

AT&T’s Next Plan May be the Cheapest Way to Buy an iPhone, Despite the Hype

10:35 AM, Sep. 19th, 2014 · · Dave Hamilton’s Blog

When AT&T first introduced its Next plan earlier this year it was received with a lot of skepticism and negativity. Most reports advised against it saying it was a bad deal, would cost more, and wouldn't let you keep your phone if you wanted to. For Dave Hamilton none of those things are true and they may not be true for you, either. You may find that AT&T Next is the best deal you can get, especially if you're on a family plan with multiple phones.