updated 01:10 pm EDT, Wed June 11, 2003
- Maxprog's ]
- Melonsoft's BubbleDrum 1.0 is a new $10 shareware drum machine for Mac OS 9/X: "BubbleDrum's work space is contained in an area known as the Stage. From the Stage, users can create drums, arrange them, and set their numerous properties such as size and color. Drums can either be clicked visually with the mouse, or played via an assigned keybind on your computer's keyboard." [Classic, OSX]
- Wild Bits has released Ask the DJ 1.1, which brings support for AAC, the default encoding in iTunes 4 and Music Store. It can also export bpm information to iTunes 4. Ask the DJ is a sophisticated mix engine which analyses the music's rhythm to perform DJ-like transitions between tracks. A demo of the $30 shareware is available now. [1.1MB]
- Albert 2.2.1 is a "program that monitors a POP e-mail account looking for messages with a secret code within its text. It will then execute commands the sender has typed into the e-mail. The purpose of the commands is to run AppleScripts located on the computer running Albert. An e-mail conformation is then sent back to the user verifying that the commands were executed." [Classic, OSX]
- myPhoto 1.2 automatically shares all of your photo albums, captions, etc from iPhoto onto your personal web site with a search engine and much more. This release adds a localization engine (as well as full English, French, German, and Russian translations). Added a slideshow mode, the ability to resize images, new admin options, and much more including several bug fixes. Freeware, requires Mac OS X and iPhoto 2. [1.2MB]
- EchoFX has released InterView 2.2.3 for Mac OS X, which corrects a problem with QuickTime Broadcaster and the InterView for Mac OS X software. Full-size QuickTime Broadcaster movies will no longer appear grainy or "blockish" on the machines receiving them. In addition, the software will periodically check with the EchoFX server for updates, letting the user know when a newer version becomes available. It is a free update to the $25 application.