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Re: A note to Plex TV users

Hamit Campos
 

Yeah I think there is. Don't quote me on that though. Because I was specifically looking for the homerun prime when I was looking so I may not have been paying attention. lol I was curious as to weather that tuner was 1 still a thing and 2 how it worked now Media Center is gone. Because it indeed was a thing with Media Center.

On 6/13/2019 4:53 AM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Yes that’s one of the models.
The tuner I’m using is the Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT QUATRO
I believe there’s also a version available now that connects via Wifi.
I’m thinking of getting another Silicondust Tuner and adding that to the network thus giving me more flexibility over what I watch and record from Free-To-Air TV anywhere.


On 13 Jun 2019, at 12:59 pm, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Dain, remind me. it's the HD HomeRun prime you have correct? Just asking because I was looking on google for that 1 to see how much I'd have to save up. But first I need an XPS 8930 special addition.

On 6/12/2019 9:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
As other list members may know I use the Plex TV service with a Plex Premium pass along with a Silicondust TV tuner to record and time shift/watch Live TV.
I received an eMail from Plex regarding changes to the way that Plex will interact with Programme Guides come the end of June 2019.
In Australia for example the current @Freeview@ programme guide will no longer be available so users of the Plex PVR will have to subscribe to a third party programme guide service such as Ice TV.
Instructions are laid out in the eMail and links are given on where to find further instructions on changing the settings in your Plex PVR to make full use of the Ice TV programme guide etc.
As a special offer Ice TV is offering Plex Premium Pass subscribers a 3 months trial of the Ice TV service.
Plex also mentions that these changes will affect Plex Pass Premium Subscribers in other countries and regions though the eMail I received didn’t specify exactly where these regions were so if you’re a Plex user then keep an eye on your In-Box.
As a footnote I’ve made the necessary changes to my Plex system to make use of the Ice TV programme guide and I wish I’d started using Ice TV for programme information and scheduling long ago rather than use the @Freeview@ programme guide service which I’ve found to be very inaccurate for both programme information and programme start/end times.
Ice TV on the other hand is continually adjusted for those times when programmes overrun or channels may prefer to pad out a programme with commercials to make the programme longer thus keep a good audience for longer, advertise new shows and all the other dirty tricks our TV networks get up to <smile>.

Re: A note to Plex TV users

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Yes that’s one of the models.
The tuner I’m using is the Silicondust HDHomeRun CONNECT QUATRO
I believe there’s also a version available now that connects via Wifi.
I’m thinking of getting another Silicondust Tuner and adding that to the network thus giving me more flexibility over what I watch and record from Free-To-Air TV anywhere.

On 13 Jun 2019, at 12:59 pm, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

Dain, remind me. it's the HD HomeRun prime you have correct? Just asking because I was looking on google for that 1 to see how much I'd have to save up. But first I need an XPS 8930 special addition.

On 6/12/2019 9:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
As other list members may know I use the Plex TV service with a Plex Premium pass along with a Silicondust TV tuner to record and time shift/watch Live TV.
I received an eMail from Plex regarding changes to the way that Plex will interact with Programme Guides come the end of June 2019.
In Australia for example the current @Freeview@ programme guide will no longer be available so users of the Plex PVR will have to subscribe to a third party programme guide service such as Ice TV.
Instructions are laid out in the eMail and links are given on where to find further instructions on changing the settings in your Plex PVR to make full use of the Ice TV programme guide etc.
As a special offer Ice TV is offering Plex Premium Pass subscribers a 3 months trial of the Ice TV service.
Plex also mentions that these changes will affect Plex Pass Premium Subscribers in other countries and regions though the eMail I received didn’t specify exactly where these regions were so if you’re a Plex user then keep an eye on your In-Box.
As a footnote I’ve made the necessary changes to my Plex system to make use of the Ice TV programme guide and I wish I’d started using Ice TV for programme information and scheduling long ago rather than use the @Freeview@ programme guide service which I’ve found to be very inaccurate for both programme information and programme start/end times.
Ice TV on the other hand is continually adjusted for those times when programmes overrun or channels may prefer to pad out a programme with commercials to make the programme longer thus keep a good audience for longer, advertise new shows and all the other dirty tricks our TV networks get up to <smile>.


Re: A note to Plex TV users

Hamit Campos
 

Dain, remind me. it's the HD HomeRun prime you have correct? Just asking because I was looking on google for that 1 to see how much I'd have to save up. But first I need an XPS 8930 special addition.

On 6/12/2019 9:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
As other list members may know I use the Plex TV service with a Plex Premium pass along with a Silicondust TV tuner to record and time shift/watch Live TV.
I received an eMail from Plex regarding changes to the way that Plex will interact with Programme Guides come the end of June 2019.
In Australia for example the current @Freeview@ programme guide will no longer be available so users of the Plex PVR will have to subscribe to a third party programme guide service such as Ice TV.
Instructions are laid out in the eMail and links are given on where to find further instructions on changing the settings in your Plex PVR to make full use of the Ice TV programme guide etc.
As a special offer Ice TV is offering Plex Premium Pass subscribers a 3 months trial of the Ice TV service.
Plex also mentions that these changes will affect Plex Pass Premium Subscribers in other countries and regions though the eMail I received didn’t specify exactly where these regions were so if you’re a Plex user then keep an eye on your In-Box.
As a footnote I’ve made the necessary changes to my Plex system to make use of the Ice TV programme guide and I wish I’d started using Ice TV for programme information and scheduling long ago rather than use the @Freeview@ programme guide service which I’ve found to be very inaccurate for both programme information and programme start/end times.
Ice TV on the other hand is continually adjusted for those times when programmes overrun or channels may prefer to pad out a programme with commercials to make the programme longer thus keep a good audience for longer, advertise new shows and all the other dirty tricks our TV networks get up to <smile>.

A note to Plex TV users

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Hi,
As other list members may know I use the Plex TV service with a Plex Premium pass along with a Silicondust TV tuner to record and time shift/watch Live TV.
I received an eMail from Plex regarding changes to the way that Plex will interact with Programme Guides come the end of June 2019.
In Australia for example the current @Freeview@ programme guide will no longer be available so users of the Plex PVR will have to subscribe to a third party programme guide service such as Ice TV.
Instructions are laid out in the eMail and links are given on where to find further instructions on changing the settings in your Plex PVR to make full use of the Ice TV programme guide etc.
As a special offer Ice TV is offering Plex Premium Pass subscribers a 3 months trial of the Ice TV service.
Plex also mentions that these changes will affect Plex Pass Premium Subscribers in other countries and regions though the eMail I received didn’t specify exactly where these regions were so if you’re a Plex user then keep an eye on your In-Box.
As a footnote I’ve made the necessary changes to my Plex system to make use of the Ice TV programme guide and I wish I’d started using Ice TV for programme information and scheduling long ago rather than use the @Freeview@ programme guide service which I’ve found to be very inaccurate for both programme information and programme start/end times.
Ice TV on the other hand is continually adjusted for those times when programmes overrun or channels may prefer to pad out a programme with commercials to make the programme longer thus keep a good audience for longer, advertise new shows and all the other dirty tricks our TV networks get up to <smile>.

A note to Plex TV users

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Hi,

As other list members may know I use the Plex TV service with a Plex Premium
pass along with a Silicondust TV tuner to record and time shift/watch Live
TV.

I received an eMail from Plex regarding changes to the way that Plex will
interact with Programme Guides come the end of June 2019.

In Australia for example the current @Freeview@ programme guide will no
longer be available so users of the Plex PVR will have to subscribe to a
third party programme guide service such as Ice TV.

Instructions are laid out in the eMail and links are given on where to find
further instructions on changing the settings in your Plex PVR to make full
use of the Ice TV programme guide etc.

As a special offer Ice TV is offering Plex Premium Pass subscribers a 3
months trial of the Ice TV service.

Plex also mentions that these changes will affect Plex Pass Premium
Subscribers in other countries and regions though the eMail I received
didn't specify exactly where these regions were so if you're a Plex user
then keep an eye on your In-Box.

As a footnote I've made the necessary changes to my Plex system to make use
of the Ice TV programme guide and I wish I'd started using Ice TV for
programme information and scheduling long ago rather than use the @Freeview@
programme guide service which I've found to be very inaccurate for both
programme information and programme start/end times.

Ice TV on the other hand is continually adjusted for those times when
programmes overrun or channels may prefer to pad out a programme with
commercials to make the programme longer thus keep a good audience for
longer, advertise new shows and all the other dirty tricks our TV networks
get up to <smile>.

Re: Another Cool idea for those that want to get audio off the iphone

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I have a Rode procaster.
This mic is really great.
I have promised to do a test and put up on dropbox.
I haven’t had any time.
/A

10 juni 2019 kl. 19:20 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...>:

Yeah me too. I do like larg diagprham mics like that though. I so want a pair of Rode NT1-A mics bro. They sound so cool and condencerie. I know people don't like that brightness but it's just so awesome.

On 6/10/2019 12:07 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
Boy that was a great sounding device.
One downside i found was that its not a stereo mic.
BUt there are alternatives i guess.
I have to lookout for the pocket recorder later on.
/A

10 juni 2019 kl. 05:08 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...>:

If the subject line is a bit screwed up sorry about that. But here's a vid of a cool large diafram condencer that is a recorder but also I guees you can hook it to the IPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9OsMRBWKd0&feature=em-uploademail

On 4/16/2019 5:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
I’ve found another audio editor for the Mac called Twistedwave which is incredibly accessible and easy to use plus you get great value for money with the Lite version which I’m using now.
Firstly the App uses cursor keys to get about so you would use say home to get to the beginning and end to get to the end of the file.
Left and right cursor keys move you through the file whilst up and down cursor keys change the length of that movement.
There are facilities to fine tune your selection and navigation.
For example the user can type a specific time at which to place the cursor in the file or use the selection editor to fine tune the beginning and end points of a selection.
Plenty of keyboard shortcuts exist and all can be edited to make the learning kerb a little easier if required.
Recording facilities are provided allowing recording from multiple inputs as well as punch-in recording.
Extra channels can be added to a recording though I’ve not explored this feature as yet but will certainly do so.
Twistedwave has an effects menu so the user can either use the provided effects or add their own efforts, VST and 64-bit are all supported.
Plenty of generation options such as tone generation, speech generation etc are also provided which is a nice convenient touch to any audio software.
My only complaint at this time is the lack of audio formats supported but that’s probably a restriction of the Lite version.
Sop long as a Lossless audio format is supported then I’m not worried as I have other tools to convert to such formats as FLAC and anything else outside the standard formats used on the Mac by apple.
The lite version of Twistedwave costs $30 from the Mac Apps Store.




Re: Portable digital recorders

Curtis Delzer
 

thanks, thought of drop box immediately after I wrote that message. :) I am slow, sometimes. :)

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/10/2019 2:44 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Curtis i don't think this headset works with the pc. However anything you recorded on the iphone wit with something like recorder hq that could be saved to dropbox would work.

On 6/10/2019 1:36 PM, Hamit Campos wrote:
Na dude. All you need is what ever you have. You're talking about the samsung set right? Yeah even just the camera ap works.

On 6/10/2019 1:30 PM, Curtis Delzer wrote:
which software would I install on the iPhone to interact with this headset? Is there any way I could connect this to my PC as well and interact with audio editing software there?

THANKS!

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/8/2019 4:02 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Hi, Georgina.
Another option is something like the sennheiser ambio smart headset, https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-AMBEO-Smart-Headset-iOS/dp/B0744PC5J8/ref=asc_df_B0744PC5J8/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312026001792&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14690300091695391918&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002059&hvtargid=pla-450898583753&psc=1

This works with your iphone and will make recordings in binaural stereo. Especially if you are recording something like a dragonboat race in which you are participating, a person listening to your recordings wearing headphones will think they are piloting the dragonboat. Binaural recordings give a very lifelike experience to the listener.
I agree with Dane in the sense that I think any iphone out there today will make as good a recording as the zoom h6 or h8. Also, depending on the iphone recording app you are using and the amount of storage space you have on your iphone, you can record at 48 kilohertz 24 kbps which is fine for high-quality recordings.
Also, if you put your phone in airplane mode with a full battery charge, you can get a whole day of recording off of one charge.
I wouldn't edit on the iphone, however. For that I would use some type of audio editing software on the mac or pc, of which there are many good options.
   you can record

On 6/8/2019 11:57 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

To me it seems an exciting world. I don’t know what I will use things for until such time as I know what tools I have at my disposal. I have always made compromises and I accept that working with audio it is always making compromises. At the moment I just want to get a very nice sound as professional as I can at home and out and about. The Dragon-boat nationals are in October so got some time to play. While I redo my tutorial on DMR which sounds absolutely awful.

Yes, I am looking at stuff that could be overkill but such equipment is an investment so it is important to have room for growth. Rather than wanting something better 5 minutes after purchasing it.

Thanks, for your input. It is really making me think about how I get to my goals.

Gena
On 8 Jun 2019, at 16:26, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:

Hi,
Based on the description of the task at hand I’m wondering if its worth the bother using something like the Zoom recorders we’re discussing?
The H4N Pro, H6 etc are all multi track recorders and fine recorders they are.
You may consider using the iPhone or the Galaxy phone you have.
I know with the iPhone I use a very nice recording tool called Twisted Wave or the free TW Recorder.
Using the iPhone itself the recorder can record 48K Sampling. Rate in stereo which may be all that is required for a demo when using speech.
Adapters may be required for use of particular microphones. With my iPhone I use the Shure NV51 or NV88 microphones.
Amazon is a treasure trove for this sort of stuff so it might be worth spending a few minutes doing a few searches, doing some browsing and see what you come up with.


On 8 Jun 2019, at 8:57 am, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:


Hello Christopher,

I am a radio ham and I decided to do recordings to demonstrate how to use accessible tools to access a digital system called DMR. While my resources have been very much appreciated. I really hate them. So I had heard Garth on Audio Pizza instruct the listener how to use Reaper. I also discovered the resources by CAVI and I am working through that material.

I recently went to Barcelona to paddle for Preston Dragons. I would have loved to record parts of the dragon-boat festival. While no-one can take our memories away I would have loved a recording of that event.

Regards,

Gena
On 7 Jun 2019, at 22:43, Christopher Wright <chris@...> wrote:

Hi Gena,

What do you plan to do with this stuff? You might not need a digital recorder.





On 6/7/2019 4:46 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I am just started, currently I only have a Yeti that I have used for years and a dynamic ATR-2100, the beginner’s mic. I have got my focus on a AT-2035 but I need to be careful how much I am spending. But father Christmas might bring me a Cad E-100S. I am only looking at cardioid pattern at the moment. The Zoom would enable me to use the 2100 and be ready for any direction of growth I wish.

Thanks for the encouragement. I wondered when you make settings are they maintained each time you turn it on? Also when you change the batteries are the menu options held?

Thanks,

On 7 Jun 2019, at 21:20, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

What kinda condencer do you have? I bought the H6 for the same reason. I have an Audio-Technica AT-8022 stereo mic. Comprized of 2 modded AT-4021s.

On 6/7/2019 3:55 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello All,

I wondered if anyone was using a good portable digital recorder? I like the idea of the Zoom H5 or 6 but I see that it is necessary to navigate menus. So I guess it’s not an option for me.

I require an XLR and phantom power for my mic. What are the experiences of others?

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--




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Phone: 914-664-5014 [If I don't respond within thirty seconds, you can leave a voicemail. If you would like to speak with me, please request an appointment]
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Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73









Re: Portable digital recorders

Curtis Delzer
 

Ok, though it was tied to lightning connector.

thanks

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/10/2019 10:36 AM, Hamit Campos wrote:
Na dude. All you need is what ever you have. You're talking about the samsung set right? Yeah even just the camera ap works.

On 6/10/2019 1:30 PM, Curtis Delzer wrote:
which software would I install on the iPhone to interact with this headset? Is there any way I could connect this to my PC as well and interact with audio editing software there?

THANKS!

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/8/2019 4:02 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Hi, Georgina.
Another option is something like the sennheiser ambio smart headset, https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-AMBEO-Smart-Headset-iOS/dp/B0744PC5J8/ref=asc_df_B0744PC5J8/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312026001792&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14690300091695391918&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002059&hvtargid=pla-450898583753&psc=1

This works with your iphone and will make recordings in binaural stereo. Especially if you are recording something like a dragonboat race in which you are participating, a person listening to your recordings wearing headphones will think they are piloting the dragonboat. Binaural recordings give a very lifelike experience to the listener.
I agree with Dane in the sense that I think any iphone out there today will make as good a recording as the zoom h6 or h8. Also, depending on the iphone recording app you are using and the amount of storage space you have on your iphone, you can record at 48 kilohertz 24 kbps which is fine for high-quality recordings.
Also, if you put your phone in airplane mode with a full battery charge, you can get a whole day of recording off of one charge.
I wouldn't edit on the iphone, however. For that I would use some type of audio editing software on the mac or pc, of which there are many good options.
   you can record

On 6/8/2019 11:57 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

To me it seems an exciting world. I don’t know what I will use things for until such time as I know what tools I have at my disposal. I have always made compromises and I accept that working with audio it is always making compromises. At the moment I just want to get a very nice sound as professional as I can at home and out and about. The Dragon-boat nationals are in October so got some time to play. While I redo my tutorial on DMR which sounds absolutely awful.

Yes, I am looking at stuff that could be overkill but such equipment is an investment so it is important to have room for growth. Rather than wanting something better 5 minutes after purchasing it.

Thanks, for your input. It is really making me think about how I get to my goals.

Gena
On 8 Jun 2019, at 16:26, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:

Hi,
Based on the description of the task at hand I’m wondering if its worth the bother using something like the Zoom recorders we’re discussing?
The H4N Pro, H6 etc are all multi track recorders and fine recorders they are.
You may consider using the iPhone or the Galaxy phone you have.
I know with the iPhone I use a very nice recording tool called Twisted Wave or the free TW Recorder.
Using the iPhone itself the recorder can record 48K Sampling. Rate in stereo which may be all that is required for a demo when using speech.
Adapters may be required for use of particular microphones. With my iPhone I use the Shure NV51 or NV88 microphones.
Amazon is a treasure trove for this sort of stuff so it might be worth spending a few minutes doing a few searches, doing some browsing and see what you come up with.


On 8 Jun 2019, at 8:57 am, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:


Hello Christopher,

I am a radio ham and I decided to do recordings to demonstrate how to use accessible tools to access a digital system called DMR. While my resources have been very much appreciated. I really hate them. So I had heard Garth on Audio Pizza instruct the listener how to use Reaper. I also discovered the resources by CAVI and I am working through that material.

I recently went to Barcelona to paddle for Preston Dragons. I would have loved to record parts of the dragon-boat festival. While no-one can take our memories away I would have loved a recording of that event.

Regards,

Gena
On 7 Jun 2019, at 22:43, Christopher Wright <chris@...> wrote:

Hi Gena,

What do you plan to do with this stuff? You might not need a digital recorder.





On 6/7/2019 4:46 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I am just started, currently I only have a Yeti that I have used for years and a dynamic ATR-2100, the beginner’s mic. I have got my focus on a AT-2035 but I need to be careful how much I am spending. But father Christmas might bring me a Cad E-100S. I am only looking at cardioid pattern at the moment. The Zoom would enable me to use the 2100 and be ready for any direction of growth I wish.

Thanks for the encouragement. I wondered when you make settings are they maintained each time you turn it on? Also when you change the batteries are the menu options held?

Thanks,

On 7 Jun 2019, at 21:20, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

What kinda condencer do you have? I bought the H6 for the same reason. I have an Audio-Technica AT-8022 stereo mic. Comprized of 2 modded AT-4021s.

On 6/7/2019 3:55 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello All,

I wondered if anyone was using a good portable digital recorder? I like the idea of the Zoom H5 or 6 but I see that it is necessary to navigate menus. So I guess it’s not an option for me.

I require an XLR and phantom power for my mic. What are the experiences of others?

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--




Christopher Wright - helping podcasters, trainers, and speakers produce and publish great spoken word audio without spending hours on editing
Phone: 914-664-5014 [If I don't respond within thirty seconds, you can leave a voicemail. If you would like to speak with me, please request an appointment]
email: chris@...
web site: www.wright-media.com
Twitter: @chrisw1
Skype: wrightmedia1
Linked In profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wrightmedia



Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73







Re: Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

As I’ve said this will make everything a whole lot easier for me too.
I use Twisted wave to sample audio when using the iPad and that’s fine.
The annoyance comes when I have to get my recorded content off my iPad and the only way to do that is to upload the recording to a cloud service from the iPad, a service such as Dropbox, iCloud, Google drive etc.
Now this is all nice and easy but not so easy if you don’t for whatever reason have Internet access so immediate transfer of files to thumb drives etc is really going to make a difference.

On 11 Jun 2019, at 10:50 am, Merv Keck <blind5sparrow@...> wrote:

I have a Kingston 128 GB Thumb drive with dual USB and USB C connections. I'm looking forward to giving it a go on my iPad Pro 2018 once iPad 13 comes out this fall. I also have a Seagate 8 TB external drive with two USB ports on the hub. No Mac yet but I am saving to replace my windows 10 Lenovo one of these days.
Merv


-----Original Message-----
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To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

This is only a guess.
I tried to power a sound device - Creative Sound Blaster Omni - from the iPad only to get an error, not enough power available.
All my Shure microphones work okay so they obviously take less power than does the Sound Device.


On 11 Jun 2019, at 5:18 am, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:

Great, but it brings me back to my post earlier as to why I need an
IMak rather, I mean, why is the photos folder not vvisible? I do
understand the power issue, but why can the lightning port not power
drives, it can power sertin soundcards?
But of corse each bit helps.

On 6/10/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:
These changes to Apple iPad OS are going to make things all that much
easier for those of us who use the iPad as a recorder etc.
The following article appeared in Today's "Theaustralian" newspaper.
<snip>
File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad Apple chief
design officer Jonathan Ive and senior vice president of hardware
engineering Dan Riccio look at the screen of an iPad in San Jose.
Picture: AP
ByCHRIS GRIFFITH,
TECHNOLOGY REPORTER
Apple’s iPad is getting a file management makeover, and that means
vastly increased functionality. You’ll be able to plug in USB drives,
SD cards, and

external drives, and access media as you would on a laptop. This is
expected

to majorly extend the iPad’s usefulness.
The new feature was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers
Conference in

San Jose last week and will be available around spring, when Apple
releases

its first iPad-specific operating system, iPadOS. If you can’t wait
until then, you can download a public beta (trial) version in July.
It’s one of a slew of changes to the iPad. They include a feature
called Sidecar, where you use an iPad as a second screen for a Mac.
The Files app currently lets you access and open files on an iPad, or
through various cloud services. These services include iCloud Drive,
Box, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud and Google
Drive. You can

move iCloud Drive files to your local drive, or use regular iPad
services to

email, share and print them.
But it lacked the versatility of managing files on external drives
available

on a laptop.
The shift to iPads with a USB-C drive has finally seen Apple make
this much

easier. iPadOS will let you plug in external hard drives, USB flash
drives and SD cards using an adaptor, and access and transfer files
to and from iPad.
Apple says the new functions will apply to all current iPad models,
iPad Air

and even five-year-old iPad Minis. But iPads with lightning
connectors rather than USB-C ones won’t be able to power external
drives. In those cases, you’ll need an external power source.
When you plug in a drive, you will be able to drill down into nested
folders, manage and move files. An external drive will be visible
along with

iPad folders, and those from the cloud services. But folders used by
the Photos app won’t be visible.
You will be able to locate images and email them as attachments, or
edit them without needing to copy them into iPad storage. You can
post files stored on external drives straight to social media.
You will be able to open a third-party video editing app on an iPad
and work

with a bunch of high-resolution videos sitting on an SD card. You can
more easily process media on the go.
The same features will work with an iPhone, although you will
currently need

a lightning adaptor, which means no external power support, and you
will have to make do with the smaller screen. You will be able to
create local folders on an iPad.
Apple is adding SMB support, so from your home network you can access
files

from a home PC, file server and network storage.
Apple also announced changes to Safari on iPad. Users will see the
desktop version of websites rather than the more limited mobile
sites. Users will be

able to manage and edit WordPress and Squarespace websites from iPad.
Apple says the new file management will support external media
formatted as

FAT, exFAT (used by Windows), HFS and APFS (used by macOS) Safari on
iPad will have a download manager — again, the iPad will have a more
desktop-like functionality. The Files app will interact with a
downloads folder.
There’s lots of general changes. The iPad home page will display
widgets on

the left side and you can configure a series of widgets that scroll
up from

the bottom.
There’s new gestures for accessing several apps at the same time side
by side.
You can have two instances of the same app running next to one
another. You

could show two Notes app documents side by side, scroll through one
and selectively copy text to the other. Slide over mode lets you
access selected

apps by sliding left from the right side of the screen. You could set
up your iPad to access your calendar, mail and messages in this way.
Text editing has been overhauled. Scrolling up and down documents
requires less effort, moving the cursor around a document is more
intuitive, you can

copy and paste using three finger gestures, and Apple virtual
keyboards support swipe typing.
Apple says it has reduced the latency (delay) using Apple Pencil from
about

24 to 9 milliseconds.
Chris Griffith attended Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in
San Jose

courtesy of Apple.
<snip>











Re: Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

Merv Keck
 

I have a Kingston 128 GB Thumb drive with dual USB and USB C connections. I'm looking forward to giving it a go on my iPad Pro 2018 once iPad 13 comes out this fall. I also have a Seagate 8 TB external drive with two USB ports on the hub. No Mac yet but I am saving to replace my windows 10 Lenovo one of these days.
Merv

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Dane Trethowan
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2019 3:41 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

This is only a guess.
I tried to power a sound device - Creative Sound Blaster Omni - from the iPad only to get an error, not enough power available.
All my Shure microphones work okay so they obviously take less power than does the Sound Device.


On 11 Jun 2019, at 5:18 am, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:

Great, but it brings me back to my post earlier as to why I need an
IMak rather, I mean, why is the photos folder not vvisible? I do
understand the power issue, but why can the lightning port not power
drives, it can power sertin soundcards?
But of corse each bit helps.

On 6/10/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:
These changes to Apple iPad OS are going to make things all that much
easier for those of us who use the iPad as a recorder etc.
The following article appeared in Today's "Theaustralian" newspaper.
<snip>
File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad Apple chief
design officer Jonathan Ive and senior vice president of hardware
engineering Dan Riccio look at the screen of an iPad in San Jose.
Picture: AP
ByCHRIS GRIFFITH,
TECHNOLOGY REPORTER
Apple’s iPad is getting a file management makeover, and that means
vastly increased functionality. You’ll be able to plug in USB drives,
SD cards, and

external drives, and access media as you would on a laptop. This is
expected

to majorly extend the iPad’s usefulness.
The new feature was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers
Conference in

San Jose last week and will be available around spring, when Apple
releases

its first iPad-specific operating system, iPadOS. If you can’t wait
until then, you can download a public beta (trial) version in July.
It’s one of a slew of changes to the iPad. They include a feature
called Sidecar, where you use an iPad as a second screen for a Mac.
The Files app currently lets you access and open files on an iPad, or
through various cloud services. These services include iCloud Drive,
Box, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud and Google
Drive. You can

move iCloud Drive files to your local drive, or use regular iPad
services to

email, share and print them.
But it lacked the versatility of managing files on external drives
available

on a laptop.
The shift to iPads with a USB-C drive has finally seen Apple make
this much

easier. iPadOS will let you plug in external hard drives, USB flash
drives and SD cards using an adaptor, and access and transfer files
to and from iPad.
Apple says the new functions will apply to all current iPad models,
iPad Air

and even five-year-old iPad Minis. But iPads with lightning
connectors rather than USB-C ones won’t be able to power external
drives. In those cases, you’ll need an external power source.
When you plug in a drive, you will be able to drill down into nested
folders, manage and move files. An external drive will be visible
along with

iPad folders, and those from the cloud services. But folders used by
the Photos app won’t be visible.
You will be able to locate images and email them as attachments, or
edit them without needing to copy them into iPad storage. You can
post files stored on external drives straight to social media.
You will be able to open a third-party video editing app on an iPad
and work

with a bunch of high-resolution videos sitting on an SD card. You can
more easily process media on the go.
The same features will work with an iPhone, although you will
currently need

a lightning adaptor, which means no external power support, and you
will have to make do with the smaller screen. You will be able to
create local folders on an iPad.
Apple is adding SMB support, so from your home network you can access
files

from a home PC, file server and network storage.
Apple also announced changes to Safari on iPad. Users will see the
desktop version of websites rather than the more limited mobile
sites. Users will be

able to manage and edit WordPress and Squarespace websites from iPad.
Apple says the new file management will support external media
formatted as

FAT, exFAT (used by Windows), HFS and APFS (used by macOS) Safari on
iPad will have a download manager — again, the iPad will have a more
desktop-like functionality. The Files app will interact with a
downloads folder.
There’s lots of general changes. The iPad home page will display
widgets on

the left side and you can configure a series of widgets that scroll
up from

the bottom.
There’s new gestures for accessing several apps at the same time side
by side.
You can have two instances of the same app running next to one
another. You

could show two Notes app documents side by side, scroll through one
and selectively copy text to the other. Slide over mode lets you
access selected

apps by sliding left from the right side of the screen. You could set
up your iPad to access your calendar, mail and messages in this way.
Text editing has been overhauled. Scrolling up and down documents
requires less effort, moving the cursor around a document is more
intuitive, you can

copy and paste using three finger gestures, and Apple virtual
keyboards support swipe typing.
Apple says it has reduced the latency (delay) using Apple Pencil from
about

24 to 9 milliseconds.
Chris Griffith attended Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in
San Jose

courtesy of Apple.
<snip>





Re: Portable digital recorders

tim cumings
 

Curtis i don't think this headset works with the pc. However anything you recorded on the iphone wit with something like recorder hq that could be saved to dropbox would work.

On 6/10/2019 1:36 PM, Hamit Campos wrote:
Na dude. All you need is what ever you have. You're talking about the samsung set right? Yeah even just the camera ap works.

On 6/10/2019 1:30 PM, Curtis Delzer wrote:
which software would I install on the iPhone to interact with this headset? Is there any way I could connect this to my PC as well and interact with audio editing software there?

THANKS!

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/8/2019 4:02 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Hi, Georgina.
Another option is something like the sennheiser ambio smart headset, https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-AMBEO-Smart-Headset-iOS/dp/B0744PC5J8/ref=asc_df_B0744PC5J8/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312026001792&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14690300091695391918&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002059&hvtargid=pla-450898583753&psc=1

This works with your iphone and will make recordings in binaural stereo. Especially if you are recording something like a dragonboat race in which you are participating, a person listening to your recordings wearing headphones will think they are piloting the dragonboat. Binaural recordings give a very lifelike experience to the listener.
I agree with Dane in the sense that I think any iphone out there today will make as good a recording as the zoom h6 or h8. Also, depending on the iphone recording app you are using and the amount of storage space you have on your iphone, you can record at 48 kilohertz 24 kbps which is fine for high-quality recordings.
Also, if you put your phone in airplane mode with a full battery charge, you can get a whole day of recording off of one charge.
I wouldn't edit on the iphone, however. For that I would use some type of audio editing software on the mac or pc, of which there are many good options.
   you can record

On 6/8/2019 11:57 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

To me it seems an exciting world. I don’t know what I will use things for until such time as I know what tools I have at my disposal. I have always made compromises and I accept that working with audio it is always making compromises. At the moment I just want to get a very nice sound as professional as I can at home and out and about. The Dragon-boat nationals are in October so got some time to play. While I redo my tutorial on DMR which sounds absolutely awful.

Yes, I am looking at stuff that could be overkill but such equipment is an investment so it is important to have room for growth. Rather than wanting something better 5 minutes after purchasing it.

Thanks, for your input. It is really making me think about how I get to my goals.

Gena
On 8 Jun 2019, at 16:26, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:

Hi,
Based on the description of the task at hand I’m wondering if its worth the bother using something like the Zoom recorders we’re discussing?
The H4N Pro, H6 etc are all multi track recorders and fine recorders they are.
You may consider using the iPhone or the Galaxy phone you have.
I know with the iPhone I use a very nice recording tool called Twisted Wave or the free TW Recorder.
Using the iPhone itself the recorder can record 48K Sampling. Rate in stereo which may be all that is required for a demo when using speech.
Adapters may be required for use of particular microphones. With my iPhone I use the Shure NV51 or NV88 microphones.
Amazon is a treasure trove for this sort of stuff so it might be worth spending a few minutes doing a few searches, doing some browsing and see what you come up with.


On 8 Jun 2019, at 8:57 am, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:


Hello Christopher,

I am a radio ham and I decided to do recordings to demonstrate how to use accessible tools to access a digital system called DMR. While my resources have been very much appreciated. I really hate them. So I had heard Garth on Audio Pizza instruct the listener how to use Reaper. I also discovered the resources by CAVI and I am working through that material.

I recently went to Barcelona to paddle for Preston Dragons. I would have loved to record parts of the dragon-boat festival. While no-one can take our memories away I would have loved a recording of that event.

Regards,

Gena
On 7 Jun 2019, at 22:43, Christopher Wright <chris@...> wrote:

Hi Gena,

What do you plan to do with this stuff? You might not need a digital recorder.





On 6/7/2019 4:46 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I am just started, currently I only have a Yeti that I have used for years and a dynamic ATR-2100, the beginner’s mic. I have got my focus on a AT-2035 but I need to be careful how much I am spending. But father Christmas might bring me a Cad E-100S. I am only looking at cardioid pattern at the moment. The Zoom would enable me to use the 2100 and be ready for any direction of growth I wish.

Thanks for the encouragement. I wondered when you make settings are they maintained each time you turn it on? Also when you change the batteries are the menu options held?

Thanks,

On 7 Jun 2019, at 21:20, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

What kinda condencer do you have? I bought the H6 for the same reason. I have an Audio-Technica AT-8022 stereo mic. Comprized of 2 modded AT-4021s.

On 6/7/2019 3:55 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello All,

I wondered if anyone was using a good portable digital recorder? I like the idea of the Zoom H5 or 6 but I see that it is necessary to navigate menus. So I guess it’s not an option for me.

I require an XLR and phantom power for my mic. What are the experiences of others?

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
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Loc: IO83PS
73


Gena

Call: M0EBP
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Loc: IO83PS
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Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
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Re: Yesterday's Apple event

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

Thanks, for your comments. I did not know about the JBL. Just read What HiFi’s review on it.

Gena
On 9 Jun 2019, at 22:14, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:

Gina, I love google assistant. Its available on many thirdparty
speakers also, and I recently aquired the jbl link20. And now I can
carry the thing around and don't have to sit at one place where the
GoogleHome mini is plugged in. Yes google understands easlier, I just
struggle for it to here me trigger it sometimes.

On 6/9/19, Brian Olesen <brian@...> wrote:
Hi Gina,
Google Assistant is very good at understanding human voice. Probably the
best at it at the moment.
Alexa is almost just as good, but dear miss Siri lacks quite a bit behind.
The response voice that comes with Siri is seriously upgraded with iOS 13
which definitely sutes her!

Best regards
Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Georgina Joyce
Sendt: 9. juni 2019 21:44
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: Re: [all-audio] Yesterday's Apple event

Hello,
I wondered from your perspective, what assistant works best for you? I get
the impression that Google, Alexa and Siri are equal in terms of
understanding my request. I am wondering if the Google service is better as
users can teach it their voice. Is Google tolerant of your voice
presentation? Is Alexa better?

Please note, I am not enquiring about the response just purely of hearing
correctly the users request.

Gena
On 9 Jun 2019, at 19:36, Tom Kaufman <tomcat53@...> wrote:

I have a bit of a speech impediment that also causes her to not always
understand what I say; I will send a text message, using Siri; if I say
something that has the "R" sound, she'll sometimes get it wrong!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
[mailto:all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>] On Behalf Of
Anders Holmberg
Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2019 10:11 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Yesterday's Apple event

Hi!
Yeah she doesn’t understand what i say sometimes.
Really idiocy.
/A

5 juni 2019 kl. 19:46 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@...
<mailto:gena@...>>:

Hello,

I think the improvement of Siri’s voice is my favourite. Pity she is a
dum ass.

Gena

On 4 Jun 2019, at 22:15, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
wrote:

I’m sure many of you on list were following along and what an event it
was, certainly far better than the other session Apple held a few months
back.
The highlight for me was the announcement that iTunes is to be split
into 3 different Apps and not before time too I hear you all say.
Apple Music App will handle all your music. Apple Podcasts your podcasts
etc and Apple TV for the rest, sound familiar? It certainly does so if
you’re using an IOS device.



Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73








Gena

Call: M0EBP
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73









Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73

Re: Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

This is only a guess.
I tried to power a sound device - Creative Sound Blaster Omni - from the iPad only to get an error, not enough power available.
All my Shure microphones work okay so they obviously take less power than does the Sound Device.

On 11 Jun 2019, at 5:18 am, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:

Great, but it brings me back to my post earlier as to why I need an
IMak rather, I mean, why is the photos folder not vvisible? I do
understand the power issue, but why can the lightning port not power
drives, it can power sertin soundcards?
But of corse each bit helps.

On 6/10/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:
These changes to Apple iPad OS are going to make things all that much easier
for those of us who use the iPad as a recorder etc.
The following article appeared in Today's "Theaustralian" newspaper.
<snip>
File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad
Apple chief design officer Jonathan Ive and senior vice president of
hardware engineering Dan Riccio look at the screen of an iPad in San Jose.
Picture: AP
ByCHRIS GRIFFITH,
TECHNOLOGY REPORTER
Apple’s iPad is getting a file management makeover, and that means vastly
increased functionality. You’ll be able to plug in USB drives, SD cards, and

external drives, and access media as you would on a laptop. This is expected

to majorly extend the iPad’s usefulness.
The new feature was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in

San Jose last week and will be available around spring, when Apple releases

its first iPad-specific operating system, iPadOS. If you can’t wait until
then, you can download a public beta (trial) version in July.
It’s one of a slew of changes to the iPad. They include a feature called
Sidecar, where you use an iPad as a second screen for a Mac.
The Files app currently lets you access and open files on an iPad, or
through various cloud services. These services include iCloud Drive, Box,
Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud and Google Drive. You can

move iCloud Drive files to your local drive, or use regular iPad services to

email, share and print them.
But it lacked the versatility of managing files on external drives available

on a laptop.
The shift to iPads with a USB-C drive has finally seen Apple make this much

easier. iPadOS will let you plug in external hard drives, USB flash drives
and SD cards using an adaptor, and access and transfer files to and from
iPad.
Apple says the new functions will apply to all current iPad models, iPad Air

and even five-year-old iPad Minis. But iPads with lightning connectors
rather than USB-C ones won’t be able to power external drives. In those
cases, you’ll need an external power source.
When you plug in a drive, you will be able to drill down into nested
folders, manage and move files. An external drive will be visible along with

iPad folders, and those from the cloud services. But folders used by the
Photos app won’t be visible.
You will be able to locate images and email them as attachments, or edit
them without needing to copy them into iPad storage. You can post files
stored on external drives straight to social media.
You will be able to open a third-party video editing app on an iPad and work

with a bunch of high-resolution videos sitting on an SD card. You can more
easily process media on the go.
The same features will work with an iPhone, although you will currently need

a lightning adaptor, which means no external power support, and you will
have to make do with the smaller screen. You will be able to create local
folders on an iPad.
Apple is adding SMB support, so from your home network you can access files

from a home PC, file server and network storage.
Apple also announced changes to Safari on iPad. Users will see the desktop
version of websites rather than the more limited mobile sites. Users will be

able to manage and edit WordPress and Squarespace websites from iPad.
Apple says the new file management will support external media formatted as

FAT, exFAT (used by Windows), HFS and APFS (used by macOS)
Safari on iPad will have a download manager — again, the iPad will have a
more desktop-like functionality. The Files app will interact with a
downloads folder.
There’s lots of general changes. The iPad home page will display widgets on

the left side and you can configure a series of widgets that scroll up from

the bottom.
There’s new gestures for accessing several apps at the same time side by
side.
You can have two instances of the same app running next to one another. You

could show two Notes app documents side by side, scroll through one and
selectively copy text to the other. Slide over mode lets you access selected

apps by sliding left from the right side of the screen. You could set up
your iPad to access your calendar, mail and messages in this way.
Text editing has been overhauled. Scrolling up and down documents requires
less effort, moving the cursor around a document is more intuitive, you can

copy and paste using three finger gestures, and Apple virtual keyboards
support swipe typing.
Apple says it has reduced the latency (delay) using Apple Pencil from about

24 to 9 milliseconds.
Chris Griffith attended Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

courtesy of Apple.
<snip>





Re: Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

Aidan
 

Great, but it brings me back to my post earlier as to why I need an
IMak rather, I mean, why is the photos folder not vvisible? I do
understand the power issue, but why can the lightning port not power
drives, it can power sertin soundcards?
But of corse each bit helps.

On 6/10/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:
These changes to Apple iPad OS are going to make things all that much easier
for those of us who use the iPad as a recorder etc.
The following article appeared in Today's "Theaustralian" newspaper.
<snip>
File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad
Apple chief design officer Jonathan Ive and senior vice president of
hardware engineering Dan Riccio look at the screen of an iPad in San Jose.
Picture: AP
ByCHRIS GRIFFITH,
TECHNOLOGY REPORTER
Apple’s iPad is getting a file management makeover, and that means vastly
increased functionality. You’ll be able to plug in USB drives, SD cards, and

external drives, and access media as you would on a laptop. This is expected

to majorly extend the iPad’s usefulness.
The new feature was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in

San Jose last week and will be available around spring, when Apple releases

its first iPad-specific operating system, iPadOS. If you can’t wait until
then, you can download a public beta (trial) version in July.
It’s one of a slew of changes to the iPad. They include a feature called
Sidecar, where you use an iPad as a second screen for a Mac.
The Files app currently lets you access and open files on an iPad, or
through various cloud services. These services include iCloud Drive, Box,
Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud and Google Drive. You can

move iCloud Drive files to your local drive, or use regular iPad services to

email, share and print them.
But it lacked the versatility of managing files on external drives available

on a laptop.
The shift to iPads with a USB-C drive has finally seen Apple make this much

easier. iPadOS will let you plug in external hard drives, USB flash drives
and SD cards using an adaptor, and access and transfer files to and from
iPad.
Apple says the new functions will apply to all current iPad models, iPad Air

and even five-year-old iPad Minis. But iPads with lightning connectors
rather than USB-C ones won’t be able to power external drives. In those
cases, you’ll need an external power source.
When you plug in a drive, you will be able to drill down into nested
folders, manage and move files. An external drive will be visible along with

iPad folders, and those from the cloud services. But folders used by the
Photos app won’t be visible.
You will be able to locate images and email them as attachments, or edit
them without needing to copy them into iPad storage. You can post files
stored on external drives straight to social media.
You will be able to open a third-party video editing app on an iPad and work

with a bunch of high-resolution videos sitting on an SD card. You can more
easily process media on the go.
The same features will work with an iPhone, although you will currently need

a lightning adaptor, which means no external power support, and you will
have to make do with the smaller screen. You will be able to create local
folders on an iPad.
Apple is adding SMB support, so from your home network you can access files

from a home PC, file server and network storage.
Apple also announced changes to Safari on iPad. Users will see the desktop
version of websites rather than the more limited mobile sites. Users will be

able to manage and edit WordPress and Squarespace websites from iPad.
Apple says the new file management will support external media formatted as

FAT, exFAT (used by Windows), HFS and APFS (used by macOS)
Safari on iPad will have a download manager — again, the iPad will have a
more desktop-like functionality. The Files app will interact with a
downloads folder.
There’s lots of general changes. The iPad home page will display widgets on

the left side and you can configure a series of widgets that scroll up from

the bottom.
There’s new gestures for accessing several apps at the same time side by
side.
You can have two instances of the same app running next to one another. You

could show two Notes app documents side by side, scroll through one and
selectively copy text to the other. Slide over mode lets you access selected

apps by sliding left from the right side of the screen. You could set up
your iPad to access your calendar, mail and messages in this way.
Text editing has been overhauled. Scrolling up and down documents requires
less effort, moving the cursor around a document is more intuitive, you can

copy and paste using three finger gestures, and Apple virtual keyboards
support swipe typing.
Apple says it has reduced the latency (delay) using Apple Pencil from about

24 to 9 milliseconds.
Chris Griffith attended Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose

courtesy of Apple.
<snip>




Article: File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

These changes to Apple iPad OS are going to make things all that much easier for those of us who use the iPad as a recorder etc.
The following article appeared in Today's "Theaustralian" newspaper.
<snip>
File management makeover, operating system to boost iPad
Apple chief design officer Jonathan Ive and senior vice president of
hardware engineering Dan Riccio look at the screen of an iPad in San Jose.
Picture: AP
ByCHRIS GRIFFITH,
TECHNOLOGY REPORTER
Apple’s iPad is getting a file management makeover, and that means vastly
increased functionality. You’ll be able to plug in USB drives, SD cards, and
external drives, and access media as you would on a laptop. This is expected
to majorly extend the iPad’s usefulness.
The new feature was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in
San Jose last week and will be available around spring, when Apple releases
its first iPad-specific operating system, iPadOS. If you can’t wait until
then, you can download a public beta (trial) version in July.
It’s one of a slew of changes to the iPad. They include a feature called
Sidecar, where you use an iPad as a second screen for a Mac.
The Files app currently lets you access and open files on an iPad, or
through various cloud services. These services include iCloud Drive, Box,
Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud and Google Drive. You can
move iCloud Drive files to your local drive, or use regular iPad services to
email, share and print them.
But it lacked the versatility of managing files on external drives available
on a laptop.
The shift to iPads with a USB-C drive has finally seen Apple make this much
easier. iPadOS will let you plug in external hard drives, USB flash drives
and SD cards using an adaptor, and access and transfer files to and from
iPad.
Apple says the new functions will apply to all current iPad models, iPad Air
and even five-year-old iPad Minis. But iPads with lightning connectors
rather than USB-C ones won’t be able to power external drives. In those
cases, you’ll need an external power source.
When you plug in a drive, you will be able to drill down into nested
folders, manage and move files. An external drive will be visible along with
iPad folders, and those from the cloud services. But folders used by the
Photos app won’t be visible.
You will be able to locate images and email them as attachments, or edit
them without needing to copy them into iPad storage. You can post files
stored on external drives straight to social media.
You will be able to open a third-party video editing app on an iPad and work
with a bunch of high-resolution videos sitting on an SD card. You can more
easily process media on the go.
The same features will work with an iPhone, although you will currently need
a lightning adaptor, which means no external power support, and you will
have to make do with the smaller screen. You will be able to create local
folders on an iPad.
Apple is adding SMB support, so from your home network you can access files
from a home PC, file server and network storage.
Apple also announced changes to Safari on iPad. Users will see the desktop
version of websites rather than the more limited mobile sites. Users will be
able to manage and edit WordPress and Squarespace websites from iPad.
Apple says the new file management will support external media formatted as
FAT, exFAT (used by Windows), HFS and APFS (used by macOS)
Safari on iPad will have a download manager — again, the iPad will have a
more desktop-like functionality. The Files app will interact with a
downloads folder.
There’s lots of general changes. The iPad home page will display widgets on
the left side and you can configure a series of widgets that scroll up from
the bottom.
There’s new gestures for accessing several apps at the same time side by
side.
You can have two instances of the same app running next to one another. You
could show two Notes app documents side by side, scroll through one and
selectively copy text to the other. Slide over mode lets you access selected
apps by sliding left from the right side of the screen. You could set up
your iPad to access your calendar, mail and messages in this way.
Text editing has been overhauled. Scrolling up and down documents requires
less effort, moving the cursor around a document is more intuitive, you can
copy and paste using three finger gestures, and Apple virtual keyboards
support swipe typing.
Apple says it has reduced the latency (delay) using Apple Pencil from about
24 to 9 milliseconds.
Chris Griffith attended Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose
courtesy of Apple.
<snip>

Re: Portable digital recorders

Hamit Campos
 

Na dude. All you need is what ever you have. You're talking about the samsung set right? Yeah even just the camera ap works.

On 6/10/2019 1:30 PM, Curtis Delzer wrote:
which software would I install on the iPhone to interact with this headset? Is there any way I could connect this to my PC as well and interact with audio editing software there?

THANKS!

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/8/2019 4:02 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Hi, Georgina.
Another option is something like the sennheiser ambio smart headset, https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-AMBEO-Smart-Headset-iOS/dp/B0744PC5J8/ref=asc_df_B0744PC5J8/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312026001792&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14690300091695391918&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002059&hvtargid=pla-450898583753&psc=1

This works with your iphone and will make recordings in binaural stereo. Especially if you are recording something like a dragonboat race in which you are participating, a person listening to your recordings wearing headphones will think they are piloting the dragonboat. Binaural recordings give a very lifelike experience to the listener.
I agree with Dane in the sense that I think any iphone out there today will make as good a recording as the zoom h6 or h8. Also, depending on the iphone recording app you are using and the amount of storage space you have on your iphone, you can record at 48 kilohertz 24 kbps which is fine for high-quality recordings.
Also, if you put your phone in airplane mode with a full battery charge, you can get a whole day of recording off of one charge.
I wouldn't edit on the iphone, however. For that I would use some type of audio editing software on the mac or pc, of which there are many good options.
   you can record

On 6/8/2019 11:57 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

To me it seems an exciting world. I don’t know what I will use things for until such time as I know what tools I have at my disposal. I have always made compromises and I accept that working with audio it is always making compromises. At the moment I just want to get a very nice sound as professional as I can at home and out and about. The Dragon-boat nationals are in October so got some time to play. While I redo my tutorial on DMR which sounds absolutely awful.

Yes, I am looking at stuff that could be overkill but such equipment is an investment so it is important to have room for growth. Rather than wanting something better 5 minutes after purchasing it.

Thanks, for your input. It is really making me think about how I get to my goals.

Gena
On 8 Jun 2019, at 16:26, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:

Hi,
Based on the description of the task at hand I’m wondering if its worth the bother using something like the Zoom recorders we’re discussing?
The H4N Pro, H6 etc are all multi track recorders and fine recorders they are.
You may consider using the iPhone or the Galaxy phone you have.
I know with the iPhone I use a very nice recording tool called Twisted Wave or the free TW Recorder.
Using the iPhone itself the recorder can record 48K Sampling. Rate in stereo which may be all that is required for a demo when using speech.
Adapters may be required for use of particular microphones. With my iPhone I use the Shure NV51 or NV88 microphones.
Amazon is a treasure trove for this sort of stuff so it might be worth spending a few minutes doing a few searches, doing some browsing and see what you come up with.


On 8 Jun 2019, at 8:57 am, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:


Hello Christopher,

I am a radio ham and I decided to do recordings to demonstrate how to use accessible tools to access a digital system called DMR. While my resources have been very much appreciated. I really hate them. So I had heard Garth on Audio Pizza instruct the listener how to use Reaper. I also discovered the resources by CAVI and I am working through that material.

I recently went to Barcelona to paddle for Preston Dragons. I would have loved to record parts of the dragon-boat festival. While no-one can take our memories away I would have loved a recording of that event.

Regards,

Gena
On 7 Jun 2019, at 22:43, Christopher Wright <chris@...> wrote:

Hi Gena,

What do you plan to do with this stuff? You might not need a digital recorder.





On 6/7/2019 4:46 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I am just started, currently I only have a Yeti that I have used for years and a dynamic ATR-2100, the beginner’s mic. I have got my focus on a AT-2035 but I need to be careful how much I am spending. But father Christmas might bring me a Cad E-100S. I am only looking at cardioid pattern at the moment. The Zoom would enable me to use the 2100 and be ready for any direction of growth I wish.

Thanks for the encouragement. I wondered when you make settings are they maintained each time you turn it on? Also when you change the batteries are the menu options held?

Thanks,

On 7 Jun 2019, at 21:20, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

What kinda condencer do you have? I bought the H6 for the same reason. I have an Audio-Technica AT-8022 stereo mic. Comprized of 2 modded AT-4021s.

On 6/7/2019 3:55 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello All,

I wondered if anyone was using a good portable digital recorder? I like the idea of the Zoom H5 or 6 but I see that it is necessary to navigate menus. So I guess it’s not an option for me.

I require an XLR and phantom power for my mic. What are the experiences of others?

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--




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Phone: 914-664-5014 [If I don't respond within thirty seconds, you can leave a voicemail. If you would like to speak with me, please request an appointment]
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Gena

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Gena

Call: M0EBP
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Re: Portable digital recorders

Curtis Delzer
 

which software would I install on the iPhone to interact with this headset? Is there any way I could connect this to my PC as well and interact with audio editing software there?

THANKS!

Curtis Delzer
HS
K 6 V F O
Rialto, CA

curtis@...

On 6/8/2019 4:02 PM, tim cumings wrote:
Hi, Georgina.
Another option is something like the sennheiser ambio smart headset, https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-AMBEO-Smart-Headset-iOS/dp/B0744PC5J8/ref=asc_df_B0744PC5J8/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312026001792&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=14690300091695391918&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002059&hvtargid=pla-450898583753&psc=1

This works with your iphone and will make recordings in binaural stereo. Especially if you are recording something like a dragonboat race in which you are participating, a person listening to your recordings wearing headphones will think they are piloting the dragonboat. Binaural recordings give a very lifelike experience to the listener.
I agree with Dane in the sense that I think any iphone out there today will make as good a recording as the zoom h6 or h8. Also, depending on the iphone recording app you are using and the amount of storage space you have on your iphone, you can record at 48 kilohertz 24 kbps which is fine for high-quality recordings.
Also, if you put your phone in airplane mode with a full battery charge, you can get a whole day of recording off of one charge.
I wouldn't edit on the iphone, however. For that I would use some type of audio editing software on the mac or pc, of which there are many good options.
   you can record

On 6/8/2019 11:57 AM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

To me it seems an exciting world. I don’t know what I will use things for until such time as I know what tools I have at my disposal. I have always made compromises and I accept that working with audio it is always making compromises. At the moment I just want to get a very nice sound as professional as I can at home and out and about. The Dragon-boat nationals are in October so got some time to play. While I redo my tutorial on DMR which sounds absolutely awful.

Yes, I am looking at stuff that could be overkill but such equipment is an investment so it is important to have room for growth. Rather than wanting something better 5 minutes after purchasing it.

Thanks, for your input. It is really making me think about how I get to my goals.

Gena
On 8 Jun 2019, at 16:26, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:

Hi,
Based on the description of the task at hand I’m wondering if its worth the bother using something like the Zoom recorders we’re discussing?
The H4N Pro, H6 etc are all multi track recorders and fine recorders they are.
You may consider using the iPhone or the Galaxy phone you have.
I know with the iPhone I use a very nice recording tool called Twisted Wave or the free TW Recorder.
Using the iPhone itself the recorder can record 48K Sampling. Rate in stereo which may be all that is required for a demo when using speech.
Adapters may be required for use of particular microphones. With my iPhone I use the Shure NV51 or NV88 microphones.
Amazon is a treasure trove for this sort of stuff so it might be worth spending a few minutes doing a few searches, doing some browsing and see what you come up with.


On 8 Jun 2019, at 8:57 am, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:


Hello Christopher,

I am a radio ham and I decided to do recordings to demonstrate how to use accessible tools to access a digital system called DMR. While my resources have been very much appreciated. I really hate them. So I had heard Garth on Audio Pizza instruct the listener how to use Reaper. I also discovered the resources by CAVI and I am working through that material.

I recently went to Barcelona to paddle for Preston Dragons. I would have loved to record parts of the dragon-boat festival. While no-one can take our memories away I would have loved a recording of that event.

Regards,

Gena
On 7 Jun 2019, at 22:43, Christopher Wright <chris@...> wrote:

Hi Gena,

What do you plan to do with this stuff? You might not need a digital recorder.





On 6/7/2019 4:46 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello,

I am just started, currently I only have a Yeti that I have used for years and a dynamic ATR-2100, the beginner’s mic. I have got my focus on a AT-2035 but I need to be careful how much I am spending. But father Christmas might bring me a Cad E-100S. I am only looking at cardioid pattern at the moment. The Zoom would enable me to use the 2100 and be ready for any direction of growth I wish.

Thanks for the encouragement. I wondered when you make settings are they maintained each time you turn it on? Also when you change the batteries are the menu options held?

Thanks,

On 7 Jun 2019, at 21:20, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:

What kinda condencer do you have? I bought the H6 for the same reason. I have an Audio-Technica AT-8022 stereo mic. Comprized of 2 modded AT-4021s.

On 6/7/2019 3:55 PM, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello All,

I wondered if anyone was using a good portable digital recorder? I like the idea of the Zoom H5 or 6 but I see that it is necessary to navigate menus. So I guess it’s not an option for me.

I require an XLR and phantom power for my mic. What are the experiences of others?

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


--




Christopher Wright - helping podcasters, trainers, and speakers produce and publish great spoken word audio without spending hours on editing
Phone: 914-664-5014 [If I don't respond within thirty seconds, you can leave a voicemail. If you would like to speak with me, please request an appointment]
email: chris@...
web site: www.wright-media.com
Twitter: @chrisw1
Skype: wrightmedia1
Linked In profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wrightmedia



Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
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Re: Another Cool idea for those that want to get audio off the iphone

Hamit Campos
 

Yeah me too. I do like larg diagprham mics like that though. I so want a pair of Rode NT1-A mics bro. They sound so cool and condencerie. I know people don't like that brightness but it's just so awesome.

On 6/10/2019 12:07 PM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
Boy that was a great sounding device.
One downside i found was that its not a stereo mic.
BUt there are alternatives i guess.
I have to lookout for the pocket recorder later on.
/A

10 juni 2019 kl. 05:08 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...>:

If the subject line is a bit screwed up sorry about that. But here's a vid of a cool large diafram condencer that is a recorder but also I guees you can hook it to the IPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9OsMRBWKd0&feature=em-uploademail

On 4/16/2019 5:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
I’ve found another audio editor for the Mac called Twistedwave which is incredibly accessible and easy to use plus you get great value for money with the Lite version which I’m using now.
Firstly the App uses cursor keys to get about so you would use say home to get to the beginning and end to get to the end of the file.
Left and right cursor keys move you through the file whilst up and down cursor keys change the length of that movement.
There are facilities to fine tune your selection and navigation.
For example the user can type a specific time at which to place the cursor in the file or use the selection editor to fine tune the beginning and end points of a selection.
Plenty of keyboard shortcuts exist and all can be edited to make the learning kerb a little easier if required.
Recording facilities are provided allowing recording from multiple inputs as well as punch-in recording.
Extra channels can be added to a recording though I’ve not explored this feature as yet but will certainly do so.
Twistedwave has an effects menu so the user can either use the provided effects or add their own efforts, VST and 64-bit are all supported.
Plenty of generation options such as tone generation, speech generation etc are also provided which is a nice convenient touch to any audio software.
My only complaint at this time is the lack of audio formats supported but that’s probably a restriction of the Lite version.
Sop long as a Lossless audio format is supported then I’m not worried as I have other tools to convert to such formats as FLAC and anything else outside the standard formats used on the Mac by apple.
The lite version of Twistedwave costs $30 from the Mac Apps Store.


Re: Another Cool idea for those that want to get audio off the iphone

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Boy that was a great sounding device.
One downside i found was that its not a stereo mic.
BUt there are alternatives i guess.
I have to lookout for the pocket recorder later on.
/A

10 juni 2019 kl. 05:08 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...>:

If the subject line is a bit screwed up sorry about that. But here's a vid of a cool large diafram condencer that is a recorder but also I guees you can hook it to the IPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9OsMRBWKd0&feature=em-uploademail

On 4/16/2019 5:01 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Hi,
I’ve found another audio editor for the Mac called Twistedwave which is incredibly accessible and easy to use plus you get great value for money with the Lite version which I’m using now.
Firstly the App uses cursor keys to get about so you would use say home to get to the beginning and end to get to the end of the file.
Left and right cursor keys move you through the file whilst up and down cursor keys change the length of that movement.
There are facilities to fine tune your selection and navigation.
For example the user can type a specific time at which to place the cursor in the file or use the selection editor to fine tune the beginning and end points of a selection.
Plenty of keyboard shortcuts exist and all can be edited to make the learning kerb a little easier if required.
Recording facilities are provided allowing recording from multiple inputs as well as punch-in recording.
Extra channels can be added to a recording though I’ve not explored this feature as yet but will certainly do so.
Twistedwave has an effects menu so the user can either use the provided effects or add their own efforts, VST and 64-bit are all supported.
Plenty of generation options such as tone generation, speech generation etc are also provided which is a nice convenient touch to any audio software.
My only complaint at this time is the lack of audio formats supported but that’s probably a restriction of the Lite version.
Sop long as a Lossless audio format is supported then I’m not worried as I have other tools to convert to such formats as FLAC and anything else outside the standard formats used on the Mac by apple.
The lite version of Twistedwave costs $30 from the Mac Apps Store.



Re: Yesterday's Apple event

Aidan
 

Well, as long as it can have a speaker. I already have focusrite
interface. I cannot buy a expensive windows pc as it won't help
because I need something like garageband and the windows stuff don't
do it for me.

On 6/10/19, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...> wrote:
I should warn you before you go ahead with your iMac purchase that the
modern-day iMac - as great a tool as it is - does not have a built-in sound
device any longer, only built-in microphones and a headphone output so
you’re going to need some sort of external sound Interface more than
likely.
There are of course many interfaces available so take your pick.
As to why Apple decided to take away the built-in sound Interface from the
Mac line? Well that’s Apple for you ain’t it <smile>.
I think it only fair to point out to you that - if its the all-in-one
convenience you grave then there are Windows alternatives if you would
rather not go down the Mac road.
I have been using Mac machines now for. 25 years full-time and I have
enjoyed every minute of my experience.
I started with a Mac LC-630 machine with Outspoken.
Apple lead the charge with the Introduction of the VoiceOver Screen Reader
in OSX Tiger back in 2005, thankfully Windows has followed suit with
Narrator.


On 10 Jun 2019, at 7:16 am, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:

Dane, I am also thinking of getting an IMac, since then you have
everything in one, and its goog for audio, and I get the full feature
set in apps like garageband and yes, ios don't have something like
audio hijack yet.
And if you need to get the job done, weel then that is just necessary.
And IMac also have stereo speakers.

On 6/9/19, Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...> wrote:
Gina, I love google assistant. Its available on many thirdparty
speakers also, and I recently aquired the jbl link20. And now I can
carry the thing around and don't have to sit at one place where the
GoogleHome mini is plugged in. Yes google understands easlier, I just
struggle for it to here me trigger it sometimes.

On 6/9/19, Brian Olesen <brian@...> wrote:
Hi Gina,
Google Assistant is very good at understanding human voice. Probably
the
best at it at the moment.
Alexa is almost just as good, but dear miss Siri lacks quite a bit
behind.
The response voice that comes with Siri is seriously upgraded with iOS
13
which definitely sutes her!

Best regards
Brian

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Georgina
Joyce
Sendt: 9. juni 2019 21:44
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: Re: [all-audio] Yesterday's Apple event

Hello,
I wondered from your perspective, what assistant works best for you? I
get
the impression that Google, Alexa and Siri are equal in terms of
understanding my request. I am wondering if the Google service is
better
as
users can teach it their voice. Is Google tolerant of your voice
presentation? Is Alexa better?

Please note, I am not enquiring about the response just purely of
hearing
correctly the users request.

Gena
On 9 Jun 2019, at 19:36, Tom Kaufman <tomcat53@...> wrote:

I have a bit of a speech impediment that also causes her to not always
understand what I say; I will send a text message, using Siri; if I
say
something that has the "R" sound, she'll sometimes get it wrong!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
[mailto:all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>] On Behalf Of
Anders Holmberg
Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2019 10:11 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Yesterday's Apple event

Hi!
Yeah she doesn’t understand what i say sometimes.
Really idiocy.
/A

5 juni 2019 kl. 19:46 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@...
<mailto:gena@...>>:

Hello,

I think the improvement of Siri’s voice is my favourite. Pity she is
a
dum ass.

Gena

On 4 Jun 2019, at 22:15, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
wrote:

I’m sure many of you on list were following along and what an event
it
was, certainly far better than the other session Apple held a few
months
back.
The highlight for me was the announcement that iTunes is to be split
into 3 different Apps and not before time too I hear you all say.
Apple Music App will handle all your music. Apple Podcasts your
podcasts
etc and Apple TV for the rest, sound familiar? It certainly does so
if
you’re using an IOS device.



Gena

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Gena

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