Blam Anche
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Blamanche reviewed on 24 Jan 2013
One of my all time favorites. Simple, easy to use and does anything I don't need a graphics expert for. Awesome!
That said can you make it work in Mountain Lion??
[Version 2.5.1]



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Blamanche reviewed on 10 Aug 2012
Should be 0 stars. Crashes on open.
Tunein's lousy iPhone app does not allow you to use the recordings you make. I found snowtape for the iOS platform but the directory was pretty lame. So I've been looking for an alternative in the mac os platform. Was hoping to see if Snowtape has a better directory on OSX; but it is non-functioning in 10.7.4. Was hoping that it could replace RadioShift which uses tunein radio's directory. Btw, FStream runs great and is super stable but does not have a directory...oh, well
[Version 2.1]


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Blamanche replied on 09 Nov 2012
UPDATE: Check out Radium. I got that a couple of months ago and love it....
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Blamanche reviewed on 30 Jul 2012
Tried it; didn't like it. Went to edit a flac file and you have to be connected to the web. Which makes me think the thing is not a complete editor and it has to phone home or use web based data to perform it's fuction. I'm not a developer; so that's my best guess.
Seems like something fishy is going on here. I would avoid this for security reasons unless there is some sort of verifiable explanation of why an audio file editor has to call home to function.
And the GUI is total amateur night. Looks like an old java app. $50 for that? ...not from me.
[Version 5.14]



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Blamanche commented on 24 Jul 2012
One of the unfortunate things about the world of software is that in some cases you can not tell who and where it is coming from. I am not sure what Macware's role is. They have a long list of software on their site and it includes the malware crap: MacKeeper!! So if you want to trust these people with technical issues involving your drives and data, you may be taking a very hazardous path.
I had massive issues w/ MacKeeper which resulted in me actually doing a complete reinstall of everything.
[Version 3.6]



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+10
Blamanche commented on 10 Jul 2012
I just have one question. Isn't this what Mac OS is supposed to do?
[Version 2.6]


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Blamanche replied on 20 Jul 2012
There seems to be a bit of a debate and frankly I don't want to mention their competition but the thing is that this is one app that costs more than the OS...Everythng that has been pointed out here is mostly convenience. DT claims to offer some sort of additional fuzzy logic algorithim to aid you in organization.
I'm going to try both of them and then update.
I do understand @Prince_Issac's take on my comment and consider that to be a valid idea as well but frankly I think that there is a need for some discussion about this. I would surely think that the developer might like to add their comments as well.....? I certainly would if it were my software.
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Blamanche reviewed on 17 Jun 2012
Big help! Thanks, I have had no problems. Does exactly what is says but I agree w/ Richtheone. Merci Beaucoup Fishscale!
[Version 1.2]



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Blamanche commented on 11 Jun 2012
I was excited to give this a try only to find out that the flash decoder is NOT built in therefore you might as well do this in Safari where you at least have Apple's engineering as some sort of protection. I do not pretend to be technically savvy enough to know if there are increased vulnerabilities introduced by using the flash plugin outside of Safari. From what has been published regarding Apple and Adobe on the subject of flash; I would think that it is likely that security risk is increased by using the plugin.
My preference would be to avoid Flash alltogether by transcoding on the fly with no flash on my machine at all. Not certain if that is possible. History does tell us that when a format falls out of favor it dies. Let's help flash to go the way of the 8-track tape (I wish flash was that good! ;-)
[Version 3.1.4]



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Blamanche reviewed on 30 May 2012
I have an iPhone 3g so I can not use shared libraries. I have had great fun with this thing and it allows you to pick what you want the server to make available. I can not think of any thing else I'd need in this app. The only issue I have with it is that I can not verify that I am not creating any security vulnerabilities. Little Snitch has not detected anythng. But time will tell. So far, I think this thing is awesome for those in my position.
Note: I find that I don't get art work. I personally don't care. Also iTunes Playlists are not in the same order as the playlist.
[Version 2.0.0]



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Blamanche reviewed on 15 May 2012
Unbelievable! you can learn to do this in terminal for free in 5 minutes....and SymbolicLinker is free!!
[Version 1.1.6]



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Blamanche reviewed on 14 May 2012
Developer's link to his home page is no longer valid. The app is PPC only so far as I can tell. Like the icon...
[Version 1.02]



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