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MacVoices #16132: The MacJury Contemplates Choosing and Using Streaming Music Services

The MacJury takes on the topic of streaming music with a look at what services they use, how they use them. and why. Surprisingly, streaming isn’t the only answer to their music consumption. The panel of +Jeff Gamet, +Kelly Guimont, +Ken Ray and host Chuck Joiner also discuss why they still buy CDs (and it isn’t just for the music), how supporting their favorite artists factors into their choices, and their concerns about relying strictly on streaming music.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16132-macjury-contemplates-choosing-using-streaming-music-services/
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MacVoices #16130: Wes Plate of Automatic Duck on Sending Final Cut X Projects to Motion

+Wes Plate of Automatic Duck recreates a lost conversation from NAB by telling us about their upcoming Xsend Motion, a tool that translate Final Cut X timelines to Motion. By preserving position, scale, opacity, blending modes as well as titles and many third-party effects, your timeline opens in Motion, ready to take advantage of its superior key framing and compositing. Wes also discusses the history of Automatic Duck as well as their other products.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16130-wes-plate-automatic-duck-sending-final-cut-x-projects-motion/
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MacVoices #16128: Paul Kafasis Updates Us On Rogue Amoeba's Products

+Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba hasn’t been on the show for some time, so we had plenty of product updates to talk about. Those products include AirFoil, their solution for sending any audio from your Mac to AirPlay or Bluetooth speakers, Audio Hijack, the software that allows you to perform all sorts of recording magic with your Mac, and the latest addition, Loopback, cable-free audio routing for your Mac so that you can send the audio from any app or source to any other app, speaker or output. In addition Paul provides his thoughts on the status of the App Store vs. buying software directly from developers and more.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16128-paul-kafasis-updates-us-rogue-amoebas-products/
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MacVoices #16126: Ortwin Gentz Takes Us To Streets 3, A Google Street View Visualizer

+Ortwin Gentz  of +FutureTap shows off Streets 3, the latest version of the Google Street View software for iOS. Visit virtually anywhere in the world from the comfort of your iPad, pre-select places you want to visit, and learn how to get around before you get there with the intuitive interface that helps you zoom in and out and navigate to your target destination. Streets 3 now supports Apple Watch, and while the idea of panoramas on a watch may seem strange, Ortwin demonstrates that it isn’t.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16126-ortwin-gentz-takes-us-streets-3-google-street-view-visualizer/
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MacVoices #16124 – Dave Hamilton Dives Deep Into The World of Routers

+Dave Hamilton of The Mac Geek Gab helps us understand the world of routers from every user level perspective. Whether you want something that “just works” or want to dig in deep, Dave explains why features such as Quality of Service and Airtime Fairness are so important in a world where we seem to have abundant bandwidth, but often experience network slowdowns and degradation. Why an Apple Airport may not be your best choice right now, recommendations for all kinds of users, and even custom router software are part of the conversation with a self-described router geek.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16124-dave-hamilton-dives-deep-world-routers/
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MacVoices #16122: Judy Chen and John Wilker Preview AltConf 2016 in San Francisco

Didn’t get a ticket to WWDC? Don’t worry, AltConf is once again taking place in San Francisco in parallel with Apple’s developers conference, and is already boasting some notable names in the developer community. +Judy Chen  and +John Wilker , the organizers of this year’s event, talk about the dates, location and costs associated with being part of AltConf, their volunteers, and the speakers that have been announced.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16122-judy-chen-john-wilker-preview-altconf-2016-san-francisco/
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MacVoices #16131: Road to Macstock - Allison Hartley

The Road to Macstock rolls on with a conversation with Allison Hartley of The Tech Doctor Podcast. Allison will be talking about accessibility from the iOS standpoint, and how her iPhone has largely replaced her Mac, and in many cases, does a better job because of apps and form factors. Surprisingly, Allison finds her iPhone superior to her iPad when it comes to addressing accessibility, and tells us why.

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MacVoices #16129: Road to Macstock - Dr. Robert Carter, Tim Robertson, Guy Serle

Our next stop on The Road to Macstock features three different presenters covering very different topics. Dr. Robert Carter of The Tech Doctor Blog and Podcast will discuss Mac accessibility, +Guy Serle of the MyMac Podcast will be showing tools and techniques to create podcasts from his iPad, and +Tim Robertson of The Techfan Podcast will serve as ringmaster for the on-stage speaker roundtable discussions. The group cover their individual presentations, comment on Apple upgradability, and share if and how they use their iPads.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16129-road-macstock-dr-robert-carter-tim-robertson-guy-serle/
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MacVoices #16127: Road to Macstock – Adam Christianson and Victor Cajiao

The next stop on the Road to Macstock is a conversation with +Adam Christianson  and +Victor Cajiao about their presentations. Adam will taking an educational angle looking at Apple and STEAM (Science, Technology, Education, Art, Music). Victor will discuss the power of an application everyone with a Mac already owns: Preview. The discussion then turns to what they each think are essential iOS apps for what they do.

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Too funny +Allison Sheridan I don't care, your still buying one of my CDs LOL
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MacVoices #16125: Road to Macstock – Mike Schmitz

On the Road to Macstock, we talk getting things accomplished with +Mike Schmitz. Mike will give us an introduction to his favorite productivity app at the conference, and teases with some of his thinking on how to get organized for both production and just plain sanity. He also talks about some of the notes apps that he uses, and why it is acceptable to use several, as long as they make sense for your objectives.

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MacVoices #16123: Road to Macstock – Jodi Spangler and Melissa Davis

On The Road to Macstock, +Jodi Spangler and +Melissa Davis talk about their team presentation that will focus on senior citizens and computing. Both are independent Apple consultants, but often go far beyond those boundaries. How being women affects what they do, their approach to servicing their clients, and some surprising favorite tools for being successful business people are all part of the conversation.

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MacVoices #16121 – Ted Landau on the New iPad Pro, Keyboards, Apple’s Financials and More

This time around, +Ted Landau gives us his thoughts on a wide variety of topics. The iPad Pro 9.7” and the smart keyboards, Apple’s financials and his primary uses for the iPad start things out. The development of the iMac, how to store and find files, Ted’s approach to new apps, the purchase of TiVo by Rovi and more are all part of this catch-up interview.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-16121-ted-landau-new-ipad-pro-keyboards-apples-financials/
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