How to Do Everything with MP3 and Digital Music

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McGraw Hill/Osborne, 2002 - Computers - 375 pages
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The authors show novice users as well as more tech-savvy music fans and musicians all they need to know about MP3 and digital music. They give thorough coverage of all the latest and best MP3 players, both desktop and portable. This book shows the basics of finding and downloading online music, choosing the best MP3 player and setting it up to work with your PC. It also shows musicians and music fanatics how to get their music uploaded and available for other listeners on the Internet.

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Contents

Welcome to MP3 and Digital Audio
3
Getting Your Computer Ready
15
MP3 and the Law
31
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Dave Johnson has a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Rutgers University. He has written about technology for 15 years. Dave's magazine credits include such publications as Wired, Handheld Computing Magazine, PC World Magazine, and Family PC Magazine. Johnson also hosted a call-in talk radio show on technology for two years. He is the author of 18 books, including the best-selling titles How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld (written with Rick Broida) and How to Do Everything with Your Digital Camera. Johnson was a contributing author to Build Your Own Combat Robot, and he has written several children's stories including The Wild Cookie, which was recently published as an interactive storybook for Windows.

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