How to capture your Mac’s audio for free

On July 11, 2013, in Industry News, by Christopher Breen

You’ve likely found yourself in this position more than once: Your Mac is playing audio that you’d love a permanent copy of, but the application you’re using doesn’t provide a way to do that. While you could turn to one of the few commerci…

Matrox Announces $249 Thunderbolt Docking Station, Port Junkies Rejoice

On June 4, 2012, in Industry News, by J.R. Bookwalter

Almost a year and half after its introduction, Thunderbolt is finally starting to live up to its promise thanks to new gadgets such as the Matrox DS1, a docking station which brings missing ports to MacBooks.Matrox has announced the new DS1 Thunderbolt…

How to Use the Secrets in the OS X Menu Bar

On April 30, 2012, in Industry News, by Cory Bohon

The Menu Bar may seem like the most static of OS X’s features, but it’s actually got a few tricks up its sleeve that most users aren’t aware of. For one, there are a few hidden features that you can activate to help you track your computer’s status …

How to Adjust Displays and Sound

On December 29, 2011, in Industry News, by Craig Grannell

Work with multiple-monitor setups and define your audio sourcesWhat You’ll Need:>> Mac OS X 10.6+>> multiple monitors (optional)>> multiple audio input/output sources (also optional)>> 15 MinutesDifficulty: EasyUnless your rea…

15 Automator and AppleScripts You Can’t Live Without

On June 14, 2011, in Industry News, by Cory Bohon

Computers were designed to do repetitive tasks efficiently and consistently, so why then are we still sitting around and renaming files on our computer by hand? Why are we still relying on our memory to remind us of our friend’s birthdays? There’s …

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