Playing Music on Your PCby Rob Beattie
Master state-of-the-art computer skills quickly and confidently with the Essential Computers series. These clear and concise step-by-step visual guides are designed to help beginners acquire
World-renowned for its digital expertise, Dorling Kindersley shares its know-how in a series of user-friendly visual guides to all the computer skills you'll ever need.
Master state-of-the-art computer skills quickly and confidently with the Essential Computers series. These clear and concise step-by-step visual guides are designed to help beginners acquire all the techniques necessary to use today's information technology, from word processing to desktop publishing to setting up e-commerce and researching the on the Internet. Playing Music on Your PC helps you master the basic skills of using audio formats and organizing music on a PC, and includes: Understanding Audio Formats, Using the CD Player Program, Making Your Own Play Lists, Using MP3 Player Programs, Copying Files to a Portable MP3 Player, Downloading Music from the Internet, Understanding Copyright Issues, Organizing Your Music, and Customizing Your MP3 Player.
Author Biography: Rob Beattie has been writing about PCs since the early 1980s. He is computer columnist for a national newspaper and regularly reviews software for a number of computer publications, including PC Magazine. An enthusiastic guitar player and published songwriter, he is also a contributor to the music magazine Q.
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- Age Range:
- 12 - 17 Years
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