Mac Universal Binary Applications

Macintosh Universal Binary applications are ones that run natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based Mac computers. These are sometimes referred to as Mactel versions, because they run and the Macintosh Intel-based machines.

Mactel Music Applications:

  • Airfoil
  • AudioExpress
  • AudioLeak –  an Leq (Long-Term Equivalent Level) analyzer for audio files.
  • CastAway – Wooden Brain Concepts
  • Crystal Synth
  • Boom Recorder
  • eJamming Station –  Real-time Internet-based music collaboration software
  • iFeedPod – Carnglass Software
  • iSquint – iPod Video convertor
  • iTuneMyWalkman
  • iTuneSEnabler –  copies iTunes songs, playlists and Podcasts to mobile phones or any other device which can mounted as a volume.
  • Garageband
  • Max –  an application for creating high-quality audio files in various formats, from compact discs or files.
  • MIDI Monitor
  • MIDIPipe
  • MUVO Helper
  • Nuke4All –  Allows using the Hartmann Music “Nuke” USB Controller to work as remote control for other synthesizers and devices via MIDI.
  • Pod2Go – Kainjow
  • Podcaster
  • Podcast Maker
  • Remodellizer-  Allows editing of the model files for the Hartmann Music Neuron music synthesizer without the time consuming re-modellizing process.
  • Sample Manager – Audiofile Engineering
  • Senuti – iPod to Mac music transfer
  • SyncTunes
  • Video2Pod
  • Vodcaster – TwoCanoes.com

If you have information on other major Mac music/audio apps, let us know!


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  1. There is actually a program for the intel macs you can get that will shrink them down and take out all of the unnecessary code. It’s not free but it definitely does the trick. It’s called xSlimmer.

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