Archive for the 'Clarion' Category

Ten Dollar Apps

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

I’m launching an experiment today, possibly permanent, in which the prices of four of my apps will drop to just $9.95 each. Black Ink, FastScripts, FlexTime, and Clarion are all just $9.95 for a single-user license, or $14.95 for a family-pack license. I’ve long held fairly strong opinions about software pricing. I have written extensively […]

Filling The Gaps

Monday, December 10th, 2007

When Leopard was released over a month ago, I proudly announced that Red Sweater’s applications were Leopard ready. Well, it was true, but as I suspect is the case for most software developers, little wrinkles in behavior have slowly shown up as more and more users upgrade to the latest cat. Today I released two […]

Universal Appeal

Friday, January 27th, 2006

Today I’m posting two updates: a minor revision to FastScripts, and a major version upgrade to Clarion. In addition to more tangible features, both FastScripts and Clarion are now Universal – tested on a Core Duo iMac. To Apple’s credit, I spent more time getting to the iMac (I don’t own one yet – waiting […]

Clarion 2.0 Beta

Thursday, December 29th, 2005

My oft-neglected utility for mastering musical intervals, Clarion, received a bit of renewed attention recently. I have been planning a fairly major revision to this application for more than a year, but various other responsibilities have repeatedly put it on the back burner. Motivated in part by a desire to show off the spiffy new […]