GarageBand has done a great job of bringing user-friendly, intuitive
home-recording tools to the masses. But while the results usually
outstrip the four-track compositions of yore, most GarageBand creations
sound like exactly what they are: one person recording simple musical
sketches to a computer. Fortunately, with the application of a few
simple pro-recording concepts, your solo projects can be so much more.
I want to produce CD labels on my Mac for the classical concerts
I’ve conducted for the last 40 years, which I’ve been burning onto CDs
using Pro Tools. Is there a simple, affordable application for
producing paste-on labels, which I prefer for my CDs?
The tip on organizing PDFs in iTunes was great (50 Things Every Mac
Geek Should Know). Now how about letting us know how to
get back to our original iTunes catalogs, and better yet, how to switch
between the music and the PDF files?
Anyone already familiar with the iPhone’s camera and photo
capabilities knows that, while it shines as a handheld photo manager,
its camera hardware isn’t going to knock anyone’s socks off.
are a number of simple tricks that can help you take better photos with
your iPhone right now. Plus, these techniques will still
apply, mostly, to any new model, regardless of its specific upgrades.
When trying to explain how a particular feature works on a Mac to someone who isn’t in the same room as you, sometimes only a video will do. A handful of applications exist to help you perform this task, but they've all been blown away by a newcomer, ScreenFlow.
Learn how to make your own screencast after the jump.