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The iPod Companion

by: Bove, Tony

On-line Price: $19.95 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $49.95

Publisher: Premier Press,1909/01/03

Category: MACINTOSH Level:

ISBN: 1592001130
ISBN13: 9781592001132

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Description

Are you ready for the iPod? This amazing digital music player will change your music buying and playing habits forever! A perfect match for your new iPod, The iPod Companion will guide you through the world of high quality digital sound. You?l get the tips you need to rip and import the highest quality music for your iPod while using the least amount of disk space. You?l also get tips for organizing your music library and creating playlists. Put a new twist on your music experience by connecting your iPod to a home stereo, portable speakers, headphones, and even your car radio. Don? forget?our iPod is more than a high-tech jukebox. learn how to use it as a PDA for keeping track of addresses, appointments, and phone numbers. Your iPod has amazing capabilities. Now you can master all of them.


  Features


    After finishing this book, readers will truly understand how the iPod can be used for much more than just a portable jukebox.


        Depth of information enables readers to optimize sound quality on the iPod.


        Covers Mac and Windows versions of the iPod.


        Takes readers beyond the basics to professional audio possibilities.


        Includes examples for musicians on how to connect to professional recording studio equipment.


      

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Getting in Tune

Chapter 2: Going Mobile

Chapter 3: Managing Your Music Library

Chapter 4: Tweaking the Sound

Chapter 5: Playing Information

Chapter 6: Using Advanced Features

Chapter 7: Solving Problems

Chapter 8: Working Magic

Appendix A: Shortcuts and Functions

Appendix B: Web Sites for Information and Software