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Designing Web Audio and CD-ROM RealAudio, MP3, Flash and Beatnik

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ISBN-10: 1565923537

ISBN-13: 9781565923539

Edition: 2001

Authors: Josh Beggs, Dylan Thede, Richard Koman

List price: $34.95
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"Designing Web Audio is the most complete Internet audio guide on the market. It's loaded with informative real-world case studies and interviews with some of the world's leading audio and web producers. It contains step-by-step intstructions on how to build multimedia web pages using the most popular web audio formats. This book also includes a wealth of basic digital audio and sound wave theory, practical tips and techniques for recording and editing audio for the Web, and an invaluable buyer's guide to building an effective sound studio. "Designing Web Audio explains how digital audio is encoded from microphone to hard disk; how sound is processed using compression and equalization;…    
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Book details

List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/13/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 398
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Dylan Thede's multimedia experience began in the cultural mecca of the San Francisco Bay Area in 1985. At a young age, he was designing sound systems and multimedia presentations for the University of California at Berkeley. At the University of California at Santa Cruz, Dylan became a pioneer in the emerging fields of Digital Audio, Digital Video, and Multimedia and later graduated with a degree in Multimedia and Psychology. He was one of the pioneers in web design when the World Wide Web burst onto the scene in 1994. In 1995, Dylan founded AudioVisualize, a multimedia consulting company that caters to companies who wish to implement multimedia into their web sites and corporate…    

The Art of Sound Design
A brief history of web audio
What you can do with sound on the Web
Two easy ways to add sound
Adding sound effects
Audio challenges and limitations
Solid sound design
Designing web audio
Interactive sound effects and buttons
Interactive sound design case study
The Science of Sound and Digital Audio
The science of sound
Digital audio demystified
Capturing Original Source Material
Selecting the right equipment
Recording techniques
Optimizing Your Sound Files
Basic sound editing
Digital effects
Web mastering: optimizing sound files for Internet broadcasting
Introduction to Streaming Media
Streaming protocols
Streaming media formats
Selecting the right format
Encoding, Serving, and Streaming Sound with RealAudio
The RealMedia System
Streaming RealAudio from a web server
Professional webcasting
Advanced RealAudio applications
Live broadcasting with RealAudio
Case study: N2K streams live Motley Crue concert
Designing Multimedia Presentations with SMIL and RealSystem G2
Delivering backwards-compatible content
Case study: TechWeb Today
Playing, Serving, and Streaming MP3
MP3 pros and cons
What is MP3?
Playing MP3 files
Making MP3 files
Creating a buzz: posting MP3 files to the Internet
Start your own MP3 radio station
Legalities of MP3
MP3 resources
Interactive Sound Design with Flash and Shockwave
Flash and Shockwave basics
Introduction to Flash
Introduction to Shockwave
MIDI: Quick and Easy Audio for the Web
MIDI: A universal approach
Adding MIDI to your web pages
Creating your own MIDI files
Designing Audio Web Sites with Beatnik
New possibilities for interactive sound
Beatnik authoring system
Sonification tutorial
Using the Beatnik Editor
Creating the Ultimate Web Sound Studio: Buyers Guide and Web Resources
Audio Format Comparison