Oremo for Mac?

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  1. Twilight Tulip

    Twilight Tulip Momo's Minion

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    I'm getting a Macbook Pro in a few months, and though I plan on using BootCamp to dual-install Windows, I was wondering if there was a way to get Oremo on my Mac, since it'll be easier to work with my new microphone? I saw a few people saying they'd used Oremo on their Mac, but I wasn't sure if there would be anything special I'd have to do.

    Also, UTAU for iPhone/iPad would be sooo great.
     
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  3. Halo

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    ....Why would it be easier to work your mic on Mac? Disregarding that, just go to the OREMO download page and the answer to your question is obvious: http://freett.com/nwp8861/soft/oremo/

    There's a Mac OS link right under the "download" subtitle.

    And yeah, UTAUPortable would be awesome, but as far as I know, no progress on that has been made u _u
     
  4. Twilight Tulip

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    [color]Because it's a microphone designed for Apple products and programs.

    I downloaded Oremo aaaaaaages ago and I'm don't think I even got it from the actual site. That's good though.[/color]
     
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    [*]Microphones are universal, regardless of whether they have the Apple stamp of approval or not.
    [*]Oremo is a Windows executable, there's no way of natively running it in Mac OS X.
    [*]BootCamp provides sufficient drivers for all Macintosh hardware to work in Windows.
    [*]You could use software emulation in order to run Oremo, e.g. WINE or CrossOver.
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  6. Twilight Tulip

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    The microphone I'm getting is specifically designed for apple products, and while yes, it can be modified to work in windows, I don't feel like wasting a bunch of time trying to do so when I am going to HAVE a Mac. It's not the "stamp of approval", it is literally designed by the company for Apple and it's OSX-only programs.

    The person before you just showed me the Mac download on the site. I will keep those in mind if it ends up not working, though.
     

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