Member since: Sep 24th, 2006
Apr 23rd 2009 10:43AM Better yet, use Best Practice, an open source time stretching player. Not as good looking but easy and free: http://www.xs4all.nl/~mp2004/bp/Also, there is FineTunes on the mac, witch I personally purchased and am enjoying. It's only $20 and it measures up to capo. IMHO, capo is too expensive even at introductory price of $40...http://homepage.mac.com/seishu/ssworks/finetunes/finetunes.htmlIan
Mar 18th 2009 11:24PM Is this for free? I can't see pricing info anywhere on their site. Free beta doesn't alway mean it will be free once out of beta. Does anyone know?TIA
Mar 12th 2008 1:18PM Just got my invite, yay! Don't give up hope folks!BTW, in my opinion, this is MUCH better than OneNote.
Mar 11th 2008 6:14PM I've been waiting for Evernote to come to the mac ever since I switched one year ago. I used it all the time at work and at home to document things I do and clip web articles that I want to keep around. I especially liked the way it makes a link to the original content that was clipped so that you can return to it quickly.I've been on the list to be a beta tester since it was announced for the mac, but I want it as quickly as possible so... Invite ME!
Oct 13th 2006 2:21PM I'd definitely be looking at the force feedback steering wheel to go with Forza 2
Oct 6th 2006 8:48PM Gears of Wars, of course!
Sep 24th 2006 8:44PM Dead Rising!
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