Since the beginning of last April, we’ve been releasing at least one new Mac application. We will not break this tradition. A new application that we are currently developing is called SplitMe. You will find out what this application is about in 24 hours or so.
Little Disc+ still has plenty of improvements to have. A next update, which we intend to release in a day or two, is likely to support Alcohol 120%‘s disc images. Little Disc+ 2.0.5 will have a new feature by which users can also alter the pass phrase of an existing DMG disc image.
We also plan to polish A-Cownts, an account management freeware title that is available for both Mac and Windows OS. This is the first software program we have ever built. In fact, it’s our favorite. Yes, we use it on the daily basis. We intend to release an advanced version of A-Cownts where one can create 20 or 50 categories under which they can store accounts. This version will be designed so that label names such as Untitled 1, Untitled 2, …, Untitled 5 can be customized. Also, somebody has requested at MacUpdate that the audio gain be lowered. So we will see in this version what we can do with that. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse is happy to announce that a new application the company has been developing for the past two weeks or so has entered a final phase. After being tested fully again, this new shareware title should be released in a few days. What is it? What’s about? You will know when the time comes.
Coming soon is a video tutorial series that deals with Apple‘s Soundtrack Pro. It will be a small series, and we intend to create at least four video tutorials.
Soundtrack Pro is an audio editing application, and it’s part of Final Cut Pro Studio. With all security updates and the latest version of QuickTime, Soundtrack Pro turns out to be one of the few audio editing applications that allow Mac users to work on Windows Media Audio (WMA). How about HairerSoft‘s Amadeus? With all OS updates plus QuickTime 7.6, Amadeus II may not launch itself under Mac OS 10.5.6 any more. Amadeus Pro can still open WMA files. But this application will distort audio if you change the pitch.
A new video tutorial series will exclusively deal with Soundtrack Pro. The main goal of this video tutorial series will be to learn how to import files (WMA & MOV) and apply audio effects. Eventually, we want to import edited audio files to Final Cut Pro.