Monthly Archives: January 2013

Emailing Passwords


Many websites have some mechanism to change your password if you forget it. Typically you click a “Forgot your password?” link, then enter your email address. The site then sends you an email containing a time-limited link to a page … Continue reading

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Using Apple’s vDSP/Accelerate FFT


If you want to write code for signal processing on the Mac or iOS, you really should take advantage of Apple’s Accelerate framework. It provides an extensive library of highly optimized mathematical functions suitable for a wide range of signal processing … Continue reading

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Playing background audio in iOS app


One of the most frequent requests I get for my AudioStretch for iOS app is the ability to continue playing when the phone is locked.  For some users it’s because their phone auto-locks after a minute or two; if you’re playing along … Continue reading

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Website for AudioStretch for iOS


I’ve created a new website for AudioStretch for iOS.  Like the app itself, it’s minimalist – just one page.  Why waste words over-describing an app when it’s a free download? The AudioStretch Flash demo has now moved to a new … Continue reading

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AudioStretch for iOS – get it while it’s free


I’ve been really happy with the response to AudioStretch for iOS.  In the first two months, I’ve had a couple of thousand downloads, and overwhelmingly positive reviews, the vast majority of them 5-star. It’s been a great start. AudioStretch for iOS … Continue reading

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