MacCast 06.28.2005

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about Macs done by a Mac geek for Mac geeks. Show 70. iTunes 4.9 launches today? French Paper reports iTunes phone launch today, latest Tiger builds add better widget management and Apple prepping Backup version 3. MacCast One Minute Tip #2 – Application CPU Usage. iPed Shuffle and iPed 2 Review. How to capture and record all audio from your Mac, saved mail not showing up in Tiger, PHPiCalendar is still available, another GarageBand fix, plus more MUG feedback. What to do if your iPod does not mount and preparing a Mac for sale. New music, Waking Up by In Stereo Atlanta.

Remember, silence is golden

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Update: It’s arrived. Via Software Update at around 1am Tuesday June 28… Thanks Steven.

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  1. Adam | Jun 28 2005 - 07:01

    lol @ Dave “Wiener” in the shownotes.

  2. Scott Theede | Jun 28 2005 - 10:31

    Oh the blog i have had the disk on my iPod fail twice. but once the same thing happened as the guy who asked the question. On the apple site there is one more thing listed you should try before you play with disk utitlty. There is instructions to put the ipod into Target Disk Mode. and that did work for me. then later my pod was so badly screwd that i couldn’t get it into disk mode and my powerbook wouldn’t recongnize it. Hope that helps. I can give you this in audio if you want.

  3. Andy | Jun 29 2005 - 10:43

    To the listener who wanted to hear what he was recording for his Podcast, there is a free app out there simply called “Audio Recorder” that will allow you to monitor what you are recording. Very simple, yet effective interface and works great – we’ve been using it with an iBook at our church to record the services and burn them to CD for a few months now.

    Link to app:

  4. Lex | Jun 29 2005 - 02:11

    Just so you know, the “What U hear” function that the person was in reference too, was a feature of his Sound Blaster Live card. Not a feature in Windows. Nor would I expect this to be a feature built into OSX. Maybe, in the future…who knows.

    As far as apps that would do this in OSX, I don’t know since I use Logic Pro and DP. If I wanted to do a Podcast, I have all the tools I need. Sorry.

  5. Matt | Jul 01 2005 - 01:26

    I’ve been using this freeware product. It allows you to make all sound the computer outputs redirected as an input to the computer. With garage band you can monitor the output while recording.

    So basically just a free, simplified version of audio hijack.