The first thing we do is start calling it a Mac, instead of a MAC
, which makes people think you're a PC user.
There is measurement software for the Mac, like FuzzMeasure Pro
, but I don't know of any speaker simulator like WinISD. Here is a report
of WinISD working under WineBottler
, which is a Mac version of WINE. Personally, I have Mac, Windows, and Linux boxes, and use the one that is most appropriate for each task.
Parallels and VMware Fusion both work well and are inexpensive, especially if you already have a Windows license you can use. VirtualBox
is free. These are virtual machines, not emulators, so programs run reasonably fast, as long as you have enough ram to support a second operating system.