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Digital Audio Essentials A Comprehensive Guide to Creating, Recording, Editing, and Sharing Music and Other Audio

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ISBN-10: 0596008562

ISBN-13: 9780596008567

Edition: 2005

Authors: Bruce Fries, Marty Fries

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Join the digital audio revolution! Tens of millions of users are embracing digital music, and with "Digital Audio Essentials, you can, too. Nearly every personal computer built in the last few years contains a CD-burning drive; MP3 and other portable player sales dominate the consumer electronics industry; and new networkable stereo equipment lets you use your digital music collection to power your home entertainment system. Whether it's downloading music, ripping CDs, organizing, finding, and creating higher quality music files, buying music players and accessories, or constructing a home stereo system, "Digital Audio Essentials helps you do get it done. An indispensable reference for…    
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 374
Size: 8.11" wide x 9.65" long x 0.98" tall
Weight: 1.804
Language: English

Bruce Fries self-published the MP3 and Internet Audio Handbook and several other titles. He is a writer, technology consultant and entrepreneur, as well as an associate of the Audio Engineering Society, and founder of several high-tech companies. Bruce has been interviewed as an expert on a variety of digital audio topics, including the Napster vs. the RIAA lawsuits.

Marty Fries is a technology consultant who has been involved with computers for over 30 years. He has worked as audio engineer, toured nationally for a major record label mixing live sound, and has designed and built stereo equipment. He plays piano and organ for The Cutouts Blues Band, and lives in Laurel, Maryland.

About the Authors
Introduction
Going Digital
Digital Audio and the Computer
The Right System for the Job
Connect Your Computer to Your Stereo
Listening to Digital Music
Organizing and Playing Music
Music on the Web
Listening to Internet Radio
Music on the Move
The Nuts and Bolts of Digital Audio
Understanding Digital Audio
Digital Audio Formats
MPEG Audio
Capturing and Editing Audio
Recording and Ripping
Make Your Own MP3 Files
Editing Audio
Digitizing Your Records and Tapes
Sharing and Distributing Your Music
Burning Your Own CDs and DVDs
Setting Up an Internet Radio Station
Digital Audio and Copyright Laws
Glossary
Colophon