How can I listen to an audio file (and stop and restart) with a colleague far away, so we can hear it simultaneously and evaluate it? Something like Team Viewer with audio? I've been trying Audacity, holding my cordless phone to the speaker for my colleague, but it's very tiring for me and hard for him to hear. I have an iMac, one colleague has an iPad, other a Windows PC.
Mac question: how can I convert a 3ga audio file to mp3 or other friendly format? [more inside]
As long as the user, say, presses a key on his/her keyboard in sync with, say, a flashing light onscreen, a sound file will continue to play. If he/she stops pressing the key, the song stops until the in-sync keying resumes. Can I get/program/build this? [more inside]
I'm trying to find an ipad app that'll allow me to replay small, short sentences from a recorded screenplay. [more inside]
Had to give up iTunes. Can you recommend a replacement? [more inside]
Your portable audio device restarts from power down. It picks up automagically at the same spot in the audio file as it was positioned before the power down (instead of at the beginning of the file, for example.) Question: does this feature have a name?
About 4 years ago, I stumbled across a sound file which could be played from a web page which instantly opened ears/Eustachian tubes which had been blocked. The page was very simple ("I made this file which runs through sound frequencies, one for each ear, play"). I can't find this page or file today. Does anyone remember this or know of anything like this on the web? Thanks.
Looking for an obscure audio file, wherein a Mac aficionado rambles on and on into some guy's voice mail about his (negative) opinions of Windows PCs. Can anyone help me find this? The "money shot" (so to speak) comes when he says: "Around here, we say PC stands for piece of crap!" Thanks in advance!!