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Interview Jim Reekes: creator Mac startup sound

One More Thing
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Uploaded on Feb 23, 2010

Het volledige interview met Jim Reekes, de man die de opstartgong voor de Mac componeerde en aan de basis stond van bijna alles bij Apple op het gebeid van audio. Zo was hij betrokken bij Quicktime én vertelt hij voor onze camera dat hij de gene is die iTunes bedacht heeft, zij het in 1995.

The complete interview One More Thing did with Jim Reekes, the composer of the Mac startup sound. He talks to us about the creation of that sound, his work on Quicktime and other audio features we take for granted on the Mac. Also, he mentions that iTunes was pretty much his idea, be it in 1995.

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