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Aug
31
comment How can I get my entire iTunes Match-based music library to appear on my iPhone?
Unfortunately I had this checked and still wasn't seeing newly-added content on my mobile device. But that's awesome it worked for you!
Aug
30
answered Prevent someone else from using my iCloud account?
Aug
30
comment Prevent someone else from using my iCloud account?
I've made an attempt to clean this one up. Please let me know if I've misunderstood the question you were asking as we'll edit it further.
Aug
30
revised Prevent someone else from using my iCloud account?
Attempt to clean it up. Hopefully I didn't screw up the question.
Aug
28
comment Can't rearrange Dock icons
I have no problem moving icons in the dock after their name pop shows. I don't think this the solution.
Aug
27
comment Make shortcuts to directories via terminal
Please see the site chat channel if you want to discuss the lock on this post and future edits.
Aug
27
revised Make shortcuts to directories via terminal
Remove unnecessary content, formatting
Aug
27
revised Make shortcuts to directories via terminal
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Aug
27
comment Is there a way to make “find my iPhone” not work?
Could you provide detail on how you might go about doing this exactly? Answers that only provide a superficial amount of guidance, such as this is in its current form, tend to attract down votes.
Aug
26
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
26
comment How do I “isolate” one of the vocal parts (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) in an audio (MP3, etc) file?
Look at the image I posted: i.stack.imgur.com/Y1umS.png -- you can see a box in the upper right hand corner that shows the range of the oboe. There's a line in the middle of the chart the corresponds to the oboe and the red part of the line maps to 200 Hz - 2 kHz (I was eyeballing it, off by 500 Hz in my post...) on the bottom of the chart.
Aug
25
awarded  Yearling
Aug
25
comment How do I “isolate” one of the vocal parts (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) in an audio (MP3, etc) file?
Correct -- if frequency bands for the "instruments" (vocal parts in your case) overlap, you cannot isolate the parts from each other. This is, unfortunately, an impossible thing to do with any process, real or virtual.
Aug
25
revised Unable to install Windows 8.1 using Bootcamp, system volume doesn't contain required free space?
Cleanup
Aug
25
revised How do I “isolate” one of the vocal parts (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) in an audio (MP3, etc) file?
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Aug
25
comment How can I make Safari cmd+number shortcut switch tabs instead of opening the bookmark associated with that number?
OMG! FINALLY! HAVE ALL THE UPVOTES!
Aug
25
revised How do I “isolate” one of the vocal parts (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) in an audio (MP3, etc) file?
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Aug
25
answered How do I “isolate” one of the vocal parts (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) in an audio (MP3, etc) file?
Aug
21
comment How to configure Finder to let me rename dotfiles?
Could you expand on this? Perhaps show an example of how you would build such an Automator service?
Aug
21
awarded  mac