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Mac + BootCamp: Windows XP OEM, Intel Linux, and All Your Questions Answered

Windows on Mac? OEM Windows on Mac to save cash? Triple-booting Intel Linux along with Windows and Mac OS? These are strange days, indeed, so since I’m as confused about the exact details of Apple’s BootCamp, here’s a round-up of the most important details you need to know if you’re taking a shiny silver or […]

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Symphony I/O: Next-Gen Apogee High-end I/O, Works with Any Mac DAW Via USB

Looking for all the world like a high-end audiophile stereo radio receiver as much as pro audio equipment, the shiny, new Symphony I/O has arrived from Apogee. It’s a top-of-the-range audio interface designed for low latency, high-quality digital-to-analog conversion, and quality clocking, as well as flexible input and output, coming from a company known in […]

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Boot Camp Video Out on Leopard: Fixed on MacBook Pro, Not MacBook?

Via comments, Eelke (whose system is shown above) alerts us that previous video output problems running Windows in Boot Camp appear to be solved in Leopard — at least using the MacBook Pro. (Phew — get all that?) See the ongoing thread on VJforums. Eelke says: My configuration: – MacBookPro 2,16, 2GB ram, with ATI […]

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New Apple Boot Camp with Vista Support

And we thought we’d have to wait for 10.5 to get Boot Camp improvements. Apple today released Boot Camp 1.2. Still beta, but lots of improvements including 32-bit Vista support and Apple Remote support in iTunes and Windows Media Player. (Wonder if you could hack in other Windows apps?) We’ll have more on Vista for […]

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MacBook, MacBook Pro, Boot Camp, and Video Output: Mixed Results?

In October, we covered evolving support issues for Apple, Boot Camp Beta, and video output from Windows on Apple’s MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops. Boot Camp is still in beta, but it is widely used, and people understandably want to know if they’ll be able to output from Windows to a projector. It opens up […]

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Last Call for CodeWarrior, Max/MSP Externals and Xcode

Max/MSP and Xcode, correction: Okay, while it might be handy to have a copy of CodeWarrior around, I’m happy to say I was wrong about developing externals. Despite what the PDF documentation says in the Max/MSP SDK, you can now develop Mac externals using Xcode. Check out the new documentation, posted by David Zicarelli. I’ll […]

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Dual-Boot Windows on Apple Hardware, Run Music Apps?

In a stunning official April Fool’s joke, Apple announced that . . . Wait. Scratch that. Apple actually is running Windows XP on its Intel Macs. Just in case this is the only site on the Interweb you read, Apple’s new Boot Camp technology is available for download as a public beta and will be […]

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Music Mash-Ups Tutorial, Using Free Traktion

paintingbynumbers has a full tutorial on creating mash-ups, remixes that combine two songs. This is a 'beginners' guide' but it's quite intense: author Philip Meehan covers everything from isolating beats to removing vocals via phase cancellation. It's inspiring enough to make me want to mash some of my own tracks. Best of all, the entire […]

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