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#3 - iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina, with Paul Shimmons

Paul Shimmons, author of iPad and Technology in Music Ed, joins the show to talk about Apple’s new software releases: iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina. But we also find time to talk about our favorite apps, microphones, recording workflows, subscription pricing for software, Siri Shortcuts, iPad apps for Mac, the new iPhone, and the new Apple Watch.

Show Notes:

Due to a bug in my version of Shortcuts, I am currently unable to share shortcuts. I hope to update this soon.

  • Tonal Energy Tuner Siri Shortcuts

Go to Preferences and select Siri Shortcuts. Tap on the action you would like to turn into a shortcut and then assign a Siri phrase for it.

App of the Week:
Paul Shimmons - Newzik

Robby - Pixelmator Photo

Album of the Week:
Paul Shimmons - Steven Meade - Diamonds

Robby - Sturgil Simpson - SOUND $ FURY

Where to Find Us
Paul Shimmons: Twitter | iPad & Technology in Music Ed

Robby Burns: Twitter | Blog

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Taking Notes with Drafts, featuring Greg Pierce (Season 3, Episode 5)

Updating to iOS 11, with Friends, Chris Russell and Paul Shimmons (Season 3, Episode 1)

Paul Simmons and Chris Russell (Co-hosts of the Music Education Technology Podcast) join the show to talk about all of the new features in iOS 11. We touch on it all! The dock, multitasking, the new Files app, new Notes features, and even the iPhone X announcement. This is a great episode to listen to if you have seen Apple’s prompt to update and you are on the fence. We will walk you through all of the major changes, and how we are using them.

The Guests

Paul: Twitter | Blog

Chris: Twitter | Blog

Music Education Technology Podcast

Show Notes

Apple’s iOS 11 Page

MacStories iOS 11 Review

Amy Burns’s Post About 32 Bit Apps Leaving the App Store

My post about syncing a Logic file on a Mac with a GarageBand file on an iPad

Made with ARKit

Note! In our review of all the ways to launch an app into multitasking mode that is not on the dock, I forgot one. If a Bluetooth keyboard is attached to your iPad, you can press Command+Space to launch Spotlight, search for an app, start dragging the icon, and drop it into place next to your existing app. It isn’t pretty, but it works.