Description - Windows XP Digital Music For Dummies by Ryan C. Williams
Explains in plain English how to evaluate online music services, download music, select a portable player, turn a PC into an audio jukebox, burn custom CDs, and create and edit music files from commercial CDs Apple iTunes reported 50 million music downloads as of March 2004, and the new Napster had 5 million downloads after just 4 months of operation Covers the leading online pay music sites (iTunes, Napster, Rhapsody) as well as free alternatives (with advice on what's legal and what's not) and profiles Apple's iPod and other top portable players
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(233mm x 188mm x 18mm)
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Author Biography - Ryan C. Williams
Ryan Williams is the Digital Multimedia Development Specialist for the Indiana University School of Dentistry. He graduated from the Indiana University School of Music with a master's degree in music technology, along with a bachelor's degree in communications from DePauw University. In addition, he writes for indianapolismusic.net, a Web site focused on the musical happenings in and around the greater Indianapolis metropolitan area. As a bassist, Ryan has played in most known genres of music and some additional ones that seemed invented on the spot. While he was named "Best Bassist In Indianapolis" by shotgunreviews.com in 2002, he will happily provide you with the names of several local musicians who both inspire and embarrass him on a regular basis. He currently shares stages and studios with the members of Mother Grove, a Celtic rock band featured in shows and festivals from Ohio to Colorado.