Amadeus Lite 2.0 is a free upgrade for all registered users of Amadeus Lite.
As a general rule for future upgrades, minor upgrades will always be free of charge to existing users. I reserve myself the right to charge for major upgrades.
The only way to get a true feeling for it is of course to download Amadeus Lite 2.0 and to give it a try.
They only appear so in iTunes. The reason is that instead of correctly reading the CD-TEXT information contained on the CD (which is what a CD player does), iTunes tries to be smart and queries an online database (Gracenote) that tries to recognise the CD based on the lengths of the tracks. Chances are that your home-made CD will be matched with some completely unrelated commercial CD that just happens to have the same (or similar) track lengths, thus the resulting garbage. Apart from lobbying Apple to fix that bug (feature?) of iTunes, there's not much that one can do. To be fair, one possibility would be to burn the CD as a data CD instead of an Audio CD, but then most CD players wouldn't play it.
As you can guess from the explanation, this problem is not specific to Amadeus Lite at all. It is just the same if you burn the CD with iTunes or any other other CD burning software.
Keyboard and Mousesystem preferences panel. It allows you to assign key shortcuts to arbitrary menu items.
These sliders directly control the hardware. Therefore, they are only active if your hardware actually does provide gain control and the driver of your hardware implements it correctly. If your particular hardware doesn't support it, there's nothing that one can do about it. You should be careful to adjust the level of the signal to the correct level before it reaches your hardware (or using the controls of the hardware if it has some). Also, make sure that you are actually using the correct sound input device. You can check whether a particular device supports gain adjustement with the
Audio MIDI Setup application in your Applications/Utilities folder (select the device and check whether the input sliders there are greyed out).
Note that the iMic has a little black switch that allows you to switch between microphone level input and line-in level input. Make sure that this switch is in the appropriate position.
Updatessection of the Amadeus Pro preferences.
Amadeus Lite Help...in the
Helpmenu. You can also download the manual here.