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try icompositions.com and macjams.com they both had some of the previous loops and other loops for free. If the loops were part of GB or logic or final cut pro then you can retrieve them from that software. Old versions of final cut studio 1 and 2 included the jam packs. As did logic among others. You can also try apple through a google search as they did ...


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I think SoundBunny is an app which works for this. Link: https://www.prosofteng.com/sound-bunny/ However it is paid $10 but there is a free month trial which you might be able to capture your video in time in that month. I haven't tried the app myself but it seems ok from the screenshots.


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I have a Macbook Pro 15" 2011 and an IPhone 6 plus. These headphones worked perfectly with the iphone 6 but would stutter with the macbook which has an older bluetooth adapter. I had a spare usb bluetooth 4.0 adapter lying around the house which I bought for very little money off amazon and with that connected the headphones work flawlessly again. Some ...


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I had, and it seems, after I researched the topic, like many other people, a problem of hearing popping sounds when running Windows in Parallels. Everytime Windows was giving out an sound or audio signal, I just heard a popping noise, like plugging in speakers or an amp. The solution that worked for me is described on the following page. ...


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I don't have a Macbook, so I'm guessing if this will work, based on my Mac Pro, however… In Audio MIDI Setup [Applications > Utilities] Audio Devices ( Cmd ⌘ 1 if it doesn't open automatically) you can set the input & output volume for each individual audio-capable device. Setting Speaker volume to zero, or checking the Mute box, whilst leaving ...


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When you switch audio outputs, the volume level reverts to whatever level it was at when you last used that output. That means that muting the internal speaker before plugging in headphones should be enough to stop audio from playing through the speaker if you disconnect your headphones. If you want to keep the speaker disabled even if you hit any volume ...


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You sure can! Try this: say "the company [[slnc 1200]]" using "Alex" saving to ((path to home folder as string) & "TheCompany.aiff") Note that you have to use the AIFF format, which iPods do support. This will save it in your home directory. You have to install FFMPEG for the final part of this script. You may have to install the developer tools ...


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For those Macs with a single shared input/output jack, the key to using a microphone is to have the correct plug. I'm guessing your're not seeing the input options because your microphone jack doesn't have three rings on it (Apple headsets with microphone have three rings)? If that's the case, you'll need to get a splitter cable so that the Mac realises that ...


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you can use this script, Im using this for fade out/in music when I pause or play my music, or skipping songs, its great and works fine with the built in crossfade from playback menu.its great for party play list and works just fine with the latest version of itunes (12.1.2) http://www.wildbits.com/accubeatmix/


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In order to try to localise the problem, try adding an additional user to your iMac, and see if this new user also has no sound. If the new user has sound, then you can be sure it's not a hardware problem. If the new user has no sound, then it looks like it's a hardware problem.


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This sounds like the sound Skype makes for a Contact Available notification.


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Simple, and simply surprising: Plug in your iPhone to your Mac using your Lightning Cable (doesn't work with 30 pin iPhones, sorry. [Yes I know you said 3GS]) Launch QuickTime Player Choose File> New Audio Recording Click the hard to see down arrow next to the Record 'button', choose iPhone under 'Microphone' Play your music, game whatever on your iPhone, ...


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To Play Music Plug in iPhone to computer via USB Open iTunes Click iPhone button in iTunes near the the top left Under Settings on the left there is On My Device Click Music, you should see all the music on your phone on the right. Play that funky music.


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Apple use the CTIA standard TRRS while most other companies use the OMTP standard. These 2 pictures should short it out. Notice the Ground and microphones are switched. OMTP CTIA Hope this answers your question.


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I know where this question is coming from. I sometimes like to plug my iPhone into the USB cable so it keeps being charged while I also like to play some type of videos like Periscope on the phone at all time. This leads to a problem that the AUX output from the iPhone will have background hiss noise because the USB port being plugged in. So having the ...


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Today I used the free software iBrowse on my Mac (PC version also available) to view my iPhone 5 file sytem. I opened the Recordings folder and found all my Voice Memos. The interesting part is, a Voice Memo I had Trimmed and sent to someone via iMessage, was there in both its original filename and full size, as well as another copy with .trimmed appended ...


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This solution works perfectly for me : 1) Create a disk image from source CD Insert the source CD (the one you want to copy) Open the Finder, open Applications, then Utilities, and start the Disk Utility program In Disk Utility, select File -> New -> Disk Image from Folder The Finder will appear – select whole CD and click on the Image ...


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Because you said it dosen't present on a headset I would check the speakers out prior to doing any sort of complex testing. Plug your speakers into another source like an iPod/iPad, another Mac/PC or anything you can find with audio out. If the symptoms still present, then the problem is your speakers.


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To isolate whether this is truly a hardware or software problem.. Launch /Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup.app If it doesn't already show, select Audio Devices from the window menu Select your Speaker output on the left Sidebar; the tab on the right should show Output highlighted & Input greyed out Bottom right, select Configure Speakers… In ...


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You can't easily downgrade your iPhone. This is discussed here on AD.SE. Searching on Google I see some people claiming it can be done, but I can't and won't confirm myself because of the bricking risks involved. Good news is, from threads at the Apple forums, it looks like you just have to pair your iPhone and speaker again. In your phone go to Settings ...


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I had precisely this problem with a MacBook Air. The Air was propped on its side and dropped onto the floor. Afterwards the sounds controls were greyed out. The problem is that the cable between the sound card and the motherboard had loosened. I opened up the laptop, removed the cable and re-attached it. The problem went away.


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Yes, it's called Audiobus, in the Appstore you can find multiple AudioBus compatible Apps, you can choose multiple source and let them stream in compatible apps or on the headphones or other outputs available on your iPhone.


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I don't know of any one OS X app that can do all of that for you, but here are a few recommendations. Turn your Mac into an AirPlay Speaker Airfoil from Rouge Amoeba works great for me to stream podcasts, music, radio, etc. from iOS devices to my MacBook Pro (Mid 2012). Note that you'll need to also install Airfoil Speakers which is a free, separate ...


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I tried pairing an Android (4.2.x) phone (Alcatel One Touch Idol X) to a MBP: no love. I couldn't use the MBP as an audio output directly. It appeared to be a way to use the phone as a Bluetooth modem but I don't have a SIM for it so I did not try. There are apps on the Google Play Store that allow Android to use AirPlay (I tried AllCast with dubious ...


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If there is nothing physically jammed into the headphone jack then it should be easily fixable. This happens to me occasionally when sound refuses to play out the external speakers and the simplest solution is to restart your phone by holding down the sleep button until it says slide to power off. Then, restart it by either plugging it in to a power source ...


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I compiled libav from source to serve this purpose. This is the same package installed by default on recent versions of Ubuntu Linux so tutorials for Ubuntu works almost as-is on OS X with libav. Here is something I do to convert MP4 (AAC) to MP3 (using LAME) using command line and a makefile (for the sake of parallelism): for each in *.mp4; do mv "$each" ...


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afconvert will not write .mp3 files. Even though it is listed in the help as a format: mountains-MacBook-Pro:local user$ afconvert -hf Audio file and data formats: '3gpp' = 3GP Audio (.3gp) data_formats: 'Qclp' 'aac ' 'aace' 'aacf' 'aach' 'aacl' 'aacp' 'samr' '3gp2' = 3GPP-2 Audio (.3g2) ...


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If you microphone has a physical mute switch, this can confound the Mac a bit. If you leave it muted, it seems either the port or the OS eventually decide there is no mic there and switch back to the internal/built-in mic. When this happens, the only actions that work for me to get the mic recognized again are to: Open the mute switch Unplug from the ...



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