TEH 156: Music and MP3s. Lost iPhones. Recording software adventures.

In This Episode: Music and MP3s. Lost iPhones. Recording software adventures.

This week the TEH Podcast is hosted by Leo Notenboom, the “Chief Question Answerer” at Ask Leo!, and Gary Rosenzweig, the host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Clever Media.

(You’ll find longer Bios on the Hosts page.)

Top Stories

  • 1:07 LN: Yet Another streaming alternative, with a twist. (Plex)
    • 3:36 Integrates with Tidal
    • 5:00 Playing MP3s
    • 10:15 How musicians get money
  • 23:46 GR: AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss. Recent iPhone experience
    • 28:00 Find a phone was weird
    • 37:00 Lost mode
  • 42:40 LN: Been playing with recording software
    • 43:58 Techsmith makes SnagIt for cool snips, and now records video
    • 46:00 OBS video recording
    • 47:00 DaVinci Resolve
    • 49:00 How to fake multi-cam in Windows
    • 51:00 GR: DaVinci Resolve is also on Mac
    • 53:00 Markup
    • 55:00 Screenflow

Ain’t it Cool

  • 55:30 LN: Raised by Wolves (mentioned last week) and Peacemaker – opposite ends of the HBOMax spectrum.
  • 59:25 GR: Archive 81 (Netflix)

BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion

2 Comments on “TEH 156: Music and MP3s. Lost iPhones. Recording software adventures.

  1. Gary, I have been using iTunes Match for a few years, paying the $25 annual fee. I do not currently use $10/mo Apple Music service. Can you explain what I would gain by abandoning Match and beginning the paid Apple Music service? My song collection is from ripped CDs, iTunes downloads and even the Napster days. I am perfectly content listing to my collection, not necessarily needing to stream the latest music. Thank you.

  2. Ed: So Apple Music is a streaming service, like Spotify, Tidal, YouTube Music and others by Google and Amazon. When you subscribe to one of these services, you can listen to anything they have, which is close to all mainstream music and most other things too. Millions of songs. You can just look up a song or album and play it. Create playlists or listen to ones others have created.
    Music is a big part of my life and I love that I can hear about an artist and go right in and listen. I don’t have to decide whether to buy albums or not before I even hear them. I often browse and explore in Apple Music trying new artists and rediscovering ones I haven’t listened to in a long time.


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