Maestro
Maestro
1.2.3

3.9

Maestro free download for Mac

Maestro

1.2.3
23 October 2004

iTunes controller.

Overview

Maestro is a simple interface to iTunes. It floats above all windows, is smaller than the "mini" mode of iTunes, and most importantly allows you to see and choose any of the playlists and/or songs in that playlist from iTunes.

The website is in french, but the application (made with AppleScript Studio) is in english too.

What's new in Maestro

Version 1.2.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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5 Maestro Reviews

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Anonymous
08 September 2003

Most helpful

Nice - goes further than Synergy with the playlists. It needs to be even less intrusive though, like options to unfloat the window and to not mount the dock icon. But it's a keeper for the playlists.
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Version 1.1
Mmilian
21 November 2004
I was hoping this could be something that I could throw in the bottom corner of the screen as a quick iTunes switcher, but it's a little too large for that. It's not the prettiest brushed metal app in the world and the drawer seems to open slightly awkwardly. For thosee who like to switch between playlists quickly, this is probably the best little app for you.
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Version 1.2.3
Anonymous
24 October 2004
Works great for me. One can switch between the playlists easily. Stable. Much more useful than IBar...
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Version 1.2.3
Anonymous
17 May 2004
works great for local playlists, but would be killer if it would read iPod playlists. I keep all of my music on my iPod and there's nothing to read iPod playlists. For local playlists, it's great. small, quick, functional. please look into new features!
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
27 September 2003
Works fine on my Summer of 2000 iMac OS10.2.3
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
08 September 2003
Nice - goes further than Synergy with the playlists. It needs to be even less intrusive though, like options to unfloat the window and to not mount the dock icon. But it's a keeper for the playlists.
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
07 April 2004
Richo, if you don't want it to mount the dock icon, just download Dockless (it's available on MacUpdate). It's a small piece of software than works really well.
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Version 1.2.1