MacVoices #511: Lucius Kwok, Creator of Sound Studio

Sound StudioSound Studio is one of the most mature and most respected sound utilities for the Macintosh. Lucius Kwok, the creater of Sound Studio tells us about the brand new version 3 and what improvements he’s made, how it can be used to convert your old tapes and records to digital format, and his new relationship with Freeverse Software.

MacVoices #510: Kevin Monahan Discusses Video Production Skills and His “Motion Graphics Tour”

Kevin MonahanKevin Monahan of SFCutters, the San Francisco ProApps User Group takes some time off on his “Motion Graphics and Effects in Final Cut Pro” tour to talk about the evolution and importance of video production skills as a tool, how his organization focues on the professional audio and video applications that Apple (and others) offer, and what you can learn if you join him for his upcoming stops in San Francisco and San Diego.

MacVoices #509: Paul Kent, Conference Chair for Macworld Conference & Expo San Francisco 2006

Paul KentWith Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco less than 60 days away, we talk to Paul Kent, the Conference Chair for the event about all the new options for learning that are part of the conference track. New offerings for digital photographers, power users and very topic-specific sessions are all part of the biggest and best Macworld Expo yet. Get all the details from Paul, and find out how you can save 15% off attending as a MacVoices listener.

MacNotables #511: TiVo Hacking, Trackballs and Productivity Software with Jason Snell and Andy Ihnatko

Jason Snell and Andy Ihnatko talk about the hardware their productive personas couldn’t live without, their thoughts on the trackball vs. mouse question, TiVo hacking resources and the practice from both a practical and legal perspective. Find out why Jason keeps a PC in the garage and why a broken chair is critical to Andy’s writing.


Jason Snell
Andy Ihnatko
Andy Ihnatko
Chuck Joiner
Chuck Joiner

MacNotables #512: Finder Organization and Customization with Tonya Engst

Tonya EngstTonya Engst goes in-depth and gets intense on how to find things in the Finder and ways to organize your files into easy-to-manage folders rather than having them strewn about on your desktop. Tonya also talks about using the tools and options the Mac OS provides for making your file management easier, and briefly touches on a couple of her favorite utilities that help her manage her busy personal and professional life.