OT - Sound input for a MacPro

Judy Perry katheryn.swynford at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 20:06:39 EST 2009


Joe,
Unless you need a high quality audio recording, you might try one of the USB
mics in conjunction with an app like WireTap from Ambrosia, or, there are
some reasonably well-regarded programs like audacity; some people use
GarageBand, but as I was only fiddling around with this for the purpose of
making a little podcast video lecture, the other setups worked just fine for
my needs.

HTH,

Judy
http://revined.blogspot.com

On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 3:19 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at cox.net> wrote:

> Thanks for confirming my fears Sarah, I had kind of come to that conclusion
> myself.
>
> Joe Wilkins
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> On Jan 6, 2009, at 3:12 PM, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
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>  On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 5:24 AM, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at cox.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Anyone using a MacPro know how to implement the built-in microphone?
>>>
>>> I think I've looked everywhere for this, but maybe it does not have one?
>>> I
>>> have a 30" Apple Display and my lousy eyesight makes finding some of the
>>> more subtle features Apple builds into their hardware a real challenge to
>>> locate.
>>>
>>
>> I don't think the Mac Pro has a built-in mic. I guess they think that
>> if you are in the Pro market, then you are likely to want better
>> quality that a built-in can give you.
>>
>> Sarah
>>
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