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- Comparing Floorstanding and Bookshelf Speakers
- Dec 10, 2004
- Should you buy big floorstanding speakers for your home theater system, or more compact bookshelf speakers? Michael Miller walks you through the different types of speakers available, pointing out the pros and cons of each.
- From Sound Card to Stereo: Connecting Your PC to Your Stereo
- Nov 5, 2004
- Learn how to analyze the a/v equipment you've got to make sure outputs and inputs are compatible for connecting your PC to your home stereo.
- Basic Audio Editing in Cubase
- Sep 10, 2004
- Editing digital audio is a completely different story from analog. This sample chapter will introduce you to editing techniques in Cubase SX2.
- A Quick "Rip" Through Digital Audio File Formats
- Jul 30, 2004
- Plenty of audio formats exist for storing and playing back digital music. Get the lowdown here on which format is right for you.
- Taking Your iPod Beyond Music
- May 13, 2004
- Avowed Windows lover Matthew David became enamored of a little white box full of favorite tunes. Now he has found that his Apple iPod can do even more than fill his life with music.
- Preparing Yourself for Digital Audio
- Oct 11, 2002
- Get a handle on some of the key issues around authoring your own streaming audio.
- Creating a Multiple-Format Streaming Audio Site
- Jun 14, 2002
- The FezGuys discuss the construction of a Web site that serves multiple-format streaming audio.
- The Future of Digital Music
- Aug 13, 2001
- The future of digital music is simple to Bob Starrett and Josh McDaniel: MP3. They'll tell you about the format in this article and even show you how to find MP3 files.
- Where is the Good Music on the Internet?
- Aug 13, 2001
- Although you are unlikely to find legitimate music from the Top 40 charts available for download, thousands of free or inexpensive legal tracks are available. You need to do a little snooping, though, to find them. This article will get you started.
- Adding Sound, Shockwave, and Flash Files
- May 25, 2001
- Dreamweaver makes it easy to insert the code for multimedia objects such as audio, video, and animation onto your pages. This article, from Dreamweaver 3: Visual QuickStart Guide, shows how you can turn your web pages into multimedia showcases.
- How to Destroy a CD-R
- Mar 1, 2001
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