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willoconnor
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Apr 29, 2007

Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

Please port for Macs soon.... I don't even know how to operate a Windows box. Smile
(I'm a Mac tech for a publishing company...)
davenj
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

Will, what company? I used to be Apple's sales rep for NY/NJ publishing...
willoconnor
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Condé Nast Publications
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

It's a deal breaker until there is a Mac version of the software.
pfarrerhartmut
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

Put me on the list
aitch1
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

er..without wanting to sound er..repetetive... I'm a mac user too. Bring it on. Roll Eyes
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

I'm an owner of the Pas for almost 3 years, use it everyday with an Apple laptop or G4 tower running osx 10.43. I would love to update my system.....but not until it is mac friendly. Most of the musicians I know into electronic music are into Mac. Berklee is completly Mac orientated.
Another BoseOsx fan
willoconnor
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

It just seems that considering the design aesthetic, attention to detail and importance of simple usability to achieve professional results these two companies have, it's a no-brainer that the T1 should be ported for mac. Mac users are the perfect audience for the L1 (especially the Model II with it's sleek optimized design), and many Mac-owner-Musicians would crave something like the T1 to be able to enjoy the benefits of a USB sound interface with all the bells and whistles of a T1--which they're already used to setting up from the road. I imagine, I could even have a "Home-Recording" scene, which would make it even easier.

Folks-At-Bose: Has there been any further discussion about this?

Thanks,
-W
tomhall
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

What's ironic is that I think Cliff just implied in another thread that the folks who designed this system all use Macs... but they designed it to work with PCs.

I only know 1 musician who uses a PC, everybody else I know uses Macs.
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Re: T1 Software for Max OSX

I think the world view that draws people to the L1 is the same mindset that draws them to the Macintosh.

Like Apple said in that campaign..... Think different.

I strongly prefer elegant, appropriate, efficient, well thought-out technology. Both the Macintosh and the L1 qualify.

Few of my possessions and preferences are mainstream for this reason.