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The easiest experience is to get AirPlay 2 compatible speakers and you have zero app, native OS support, works everywhere experience. https://www.imore.com/best-airplay-2-speakers https://www.apple.com/ios/home/accessories/#section-speaker The airplay page and marketing logo explain why this takes away the need for any apps, and is strictly controlled to ...


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https://recording.org/threads/optimizing-imac-for-audio-recording.10348/ Is it Digital Performer ? Also, make a backup of all audio files and perform experiments on a new copy. Raw files can have a wide range of file extensions, common ones being .raw, .pcm, or .sam. They can also have no extension. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raw_audio_format So you ...


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I found another workaround which is still not pretty, but less invasive. I implemented a small python-http server which expects the auval arguments as url-get parameters. If this python-server now is started using a non-ssh session, it is possible to validate all plugins using the http-get call. Below is the code for the small server. It just needs the ...


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This kind of issue has been widely noticed after the major updates of macOS from Mojave to Catalina. I would suggest you get the latest Catalina update that has been released couple of days ago. In other hand, try the following two resolutions which might help you. Open Finder Click on “Go” Then go to “Folder” Type on the search tab ’ /Library/...


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You can open it and have a look but the iFixit guide MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Headphone Jack Replacement shows this as the ($30) replacement part and it looks to be made of molded plastic. If yours is too you won't be able to get to the inside. Alternatively you could get a USB to headphone jack adapter - they start from under $1 on ebay.


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If you are looking for your computer to play sounds or words you can use the "say" command on the terminal. Just type say dog and the computer responds with dog over whatever speakers you have chosen from the Sound selection under system preferences. Go to system preferences and choose the Sound icon. When that opens you can select options for what ...


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As you have already deleted .plist file , you can try the following option. Reset NVRAM Shut down your Mac device. Press the Power Button. Before the grey screen appears, press the Command, Option, P, and R keys all at the same time. Continues pressing the keys Mac restarts and a startup sound can be heard for the second time. Finally, release the Four (...


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This is a simple approach, but it's amazing just how often the simple approach does the trick. In both ~/Library & /Library enter the name of the thing you want rid of in the Finder window search box, & select "Name Matches" when it appears. The user Library, ~/Library, is hidden in recent versions of mac OS, so use Command-Shift-g (or using menus, ...


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