Show notes for TMO To Go: Mac Geek Gab For December 26th, 2006
John and Dave take time today to answer your questions, talk about DVD Mounting Problems, and continue to explore the issue of sharing files with other local users on your Mac.
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Note: Shownotes are complete.
- Hamilton Beach
- New Year's Eve
- New Year's Day
- VMware Fusion Public Beta
- Sharing an iPhoto Library among multiple users
- New DMCA Exemptions Granted
- Drive Genius
- Cocoa versus Carbon
- Salling Clicker
- GarageBand Script for Salling Clicker
- VLC Media Player
- FTP Software for Mac
- Macworld Expo SF2007
- Win Tickets to Cirque du Mac
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This podcast is recorded on a Mac using Audio Hijack Pro. As for equipment, John is using a Behringer C-1 microphone going through a Behringer Eurorack UB1222FX-PRO mixer, monitored with Etymotic ER-6i Isolator earphones, then straight in to his Mac. On Dave's end, a Heil PR-40 microphone is used, and the whole show is mixed "live" through a Mackie Onyx 1220 FireWire-enabled mixer before being pumped back into the Mac (via FireWire, of course), and is monitored with Ultimate Ears UE-5c earphones. Each microphone is run through a channel on a Behringer Autocom Pro-XL MDX1600 compressor, a touch of reverb is added with an ART FX-1 processor, and the whole thing is then compressed in software on the Mac. The show is recorded to AIFF, and then converted and uploaded with an Automator script. Michael, aka Computernap, then goes through and enhances the show to provide you with the AAC version. You can hear more details of the setup and how it's mixed on Episode #32.
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