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Mac Official Discussion Thread

Jan 26, 2011 @ 20:34
Would anyone using safari on a mac try to go to the gametrailers forums por favor

I can get there but when i try to scroll down it always returns back up und the site never stops loading, tried to reinstall safari,nothing changed, works in ff

Thanks fam

Edit: doin dem crazy things on my iphone as well,must be a third world (mexico) thing or because of the fact that the site is owned by ms /:
Jan 26, 2011 @ 21:02
just tried it, it works fine brah

https://twitter.com/#!/C_Augustus_O

Jan 27, 2011 @ 01:35
yo...so i was wonderin' for those of you that got macs and make beats....can somebody compare logic pro to reason or FL or even an mpc? or is it just a new piece of hardware that can easily be mastered?

Also is there any other programs u can use to make tracks with using a mac?

I wanna knosmokeyface

pleeez tell me why you alwayz hatin?

Jan 27, 2011 @ 01:39
why not?


My boy works for Apple and says he's seen a lot of people come in saying that the hard case makes your screen loose. (how it stands up and in place)
Jan 27, 2011 @ 09:30
anybody bought and use an antiglare screen for their mac? shits bugging me off
Jan 30, 2011 @ 20:39
My boy works for Apple and says he's seen a lot of people come in saying that the hard case makes your screen loose. (how it stands up and in place)


I like my incase hardcase, but my screen has been loose for it a bit. It stays in place, but it can wobble. So maybe that is why? Still I can't see a little sleeve protecting my laptop. My hardcase is trashed and its only been a year.
Feb 03, 2011 @ 22:33
yo...so i was wonderin' for those of you that got macs and make beats....can somebody compare logic pro to reason or FL or even an mpc? or is it just a new piece of hardware that can easily be mastered?

Also is there any other programs u can use to make tracks with using a mac?

I wanna knosmokeyface


Logic's definitely not easily mastered but once you spend time with it you can do a lot with it. More than Reason, FL or an MPC in my opinion. It really depends on what genre of music you're making and what your workflow is like. You could also look into Ableton Live.
Feb 04, 2011 @ 00:14
so isnt a new macbook pro suppose to be droppin in soon?

I want to see the world burn

Feb 04, 2011 @ 00:23
yo one of my friends spilled beer on my mac, does anyone know any good repair sites?

All I do is smoke weed and play jazz

Feb 04, 2011 @ 00:25
Mac repair
So one of my friends spilled his drink on my mac and now its not working, does any one know of any good repair sites or any doing repairs in the Seattle area, or am i screwed?

All I do is smoke weed and play jazz

Feb 04, 2011 @ 00:41
so isnt a new macbook pro suppose to be droppin in soon?


not anymore. defective sb processors ftl....at best, it's going to drop late march.
Feb 07, 2011 @ 23:40
So one of my friends spilled his drink on my mac and now its not working, does any one know of any good repair sites or any doing repairs in the Seattle area, or am i screwed?


Well, I posted this in an earlier thread. Your best bet would be to go to a mom and pop repair shop. If you have apple warranty, most stores fuck with that so you should be okay. It all depends on if the spill detector in his laptop is colored or whatever. It's this thing under your keyboard that changes colors when you spill liquid down there.


yo...so i was wonderin' for those of you that got macs and make beats....can somebody compare logic pro to reason or FL or even an mpc? or is it just a new piece of hardware that can easily be mastered?

Also is there any other programs u can use to make tracks with using a mac?

I wanna knosmokeyface

Logic Proc is roughly similar to Garageband. Like any DAW (reason, logic, FL) they can pretty much do the same things. People will argue over which is better for what but once you learn one using this skills on another won't be that hard and it'll be much easier to use. A lot of producers look down on FL but a lot of popular acts use it, like Deadmau5.

Using Logic or any DAW is like using a new instrument except that instrument is a piece of software rather then a piece of hardware (guitar, drums, whatever). It takes time and dedication but with some effort you can learn it. Look up some tutorials and shit like that. I use Logic and I've used Live also. I like both but I've moved on to using just Logic now.

To your last question, there's tons of software available to Macs that you can make a track on. The only one that comes off mind that you CAN'T is FL.
Feb 23, 2011 @ 19:43
Using Logic or any DAW is like using a new instrument except that instrument is a piece of software rather then a piece of hardware (guitar, drums, whatever). It takes time and dedication but with some effort you can learn it. Look up some tutorials and shit like that. I use Logic and I've used Live also. I like both but I've moved on to using just Logic now.


Very true. Whatever you decide, choose one and master it.
Feb 24, 2011 @ 08:30
New Macbook Pro's

http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/
Feb 24, 2011 @ 10:43
mehhh nothing amazing in the update
Feb 24, 2011 @ 11:33
^new processors and graphics cards. not to mention they brought express slots back which is nice.

new lion gestures

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meH8zuGNF7c&feature=player_embedded#at=92
Feb 24, 2011 @ 15:33
just what i wanted

15" is gonna be copped
Feb 24, 2011 @ 21:37
how big is the differene between the old macbook pro 13' (2.4 intel) to the i5 one?
Feb 25, 2011 @ 03:05
mehhh nothing amazing in the update


lolwut?

Originally posted by Inactive User
GeekBench results for the new Sandy Bridge MacBook Pros released just yesterday, and the results are impressive. The results show GeekBench results ranging from 5900 to 10164 across all models. What makes this particularly impressive is that the new low-end 13" MacBook Pro (2.3GHz Dual i5) scores around last year's top-end 15"/17" MacBook Pro (2.8GHz Dual i7).

Feb 25, 2011 @ 03:21
mehhh nothing amazing in the update


lolwut?

how big is the differene between the old macbook pro 13' (2.4 intel) to the i5 one?


read below~

Originally posted by Inactive User
GeekBench results for the new Sandy Bridge MacBook Pros released just yesterday, and the results are impressive. The results show GeekBench results ranging from 5900 to 10164 across all models. What makes this particularly impressive is that the new low-end 13" MacBook Pro (2.3GHz Dual i5) scores around last year's top-end 15"/17" MacBook Pro (2.8GHz Dual i7).

Feb 25, 2011 @ 07:22
Been wanting a new setup for video when I'm away from home. Looks like it's time to save cash for a couple months.
Feb 25, 2011 @ 08:54
^new processors and graphics cards. not to mention they brought express slots back which is nice.

new lion gestures

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meH8zuGNF7c&feature=player_embedded#at=92


this is fuckin wack, ipad xl? i dont want that
Feb 25, 2011 @ 09:44
Sure the speed improvements are great, but that is a given in every update. How about improving the screen, battery, adding BR, changing the design, making it lighter, etc...?

Maybe the next one will be it.
Feb 25, 2011 @ 10:41
A few questions,

I bought my first macbook pro yesterday and I was wondering about two things.

1. I tried to download candybar so i can change what my icons look on the dock, but that shit was confusing as shit. Anybody care to explain how that shit works specifically? Also, do I have to buy it in order for it to work?

2. Ive seen ppl that have there "diagnostics/computer usage" thing in there top bar, I was wondering how do I add that up there? Thanks again

(also would be cool if there was a show your wallpaper thread, Im sure we could all share some good ideas that way)


Peace
Feb 25, 2011 @ 10:51
A few questions,

I bought my first macbook pro yesterday and I was wondering about two things.

1. I tried to download candybar so i can change what my icons look on the dock, but that shit was confusing as shit. Anybody care to explain how that shit works specifically? Also, do I have to buy it in order for it to work?

2. Ive seen ppl that have there "diagnostics/computer usage" thing in there top bar, I was wondering how do I add that up there? Thanks again

(also would be cool if there was a show your wallpaper thread, Im sure we could all share some good ideas that way)


Peace


http://hypebeast.com/forum/showthread.php?t=129800
Feb 25, 2011 @ 10:55
A few questions,

I bought my first macbook pro yesterday and I was wondering about two things.

1. I tried to download candybar so i can change what my icons look on the dock, but that shit was confusing as shit. Anybody care to explain how that shit works specifically? Also, do I have to buy it in order for it to work?

2. Ive seen ppl that have there "diagnostics/computer usage" thing in there top bar, I was wondering how do I add that up there? Thanks again

(also would be cool if there was a show your wallpaper thread, Im sure we could all share some good ideas that way)


Peace

1. have your pack of icons and drag it to the empty space down below. once they're archived, drag them on top of any of the app icons up top. reset dock/log out. crack3d copies are floating around the internets.

2. download istat pro
Feb 25, 2011 @ 12:28
Cool thanks homie
Feb 25, 2011 @ 13:37
just what i wanted

15" is gonna be copped


so if i bought the 13" then it wouldn't be as good ass the 15"?????

I want to see the world burn

Feb 25, 2011 @ 13:41
Originally posted by Inactive User


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Feb 25, 2011 @ 17:24
so if i bought the 13" then it wouldn't be as good ass the 15"?????


depends on what you use it for
the 13" has an integrated graphics card, but the 15" and 17" have a dedicated card
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