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Rip, Mix and Burn in 10 Minutes or Less : Digital Music on Mac OS X
     

Rip, Mix and Burn in 10 Minutes or Less : Digital Music on Mac OS X

by Nate Tschetter, Sam Molineaux, Sam Molineax
 
MacMusic! The fastest way for musicians, producers, and DJs to find the right sound with their Mac.

If you like your gratification instant, your order is ready! Rip, Mix, and Burn in 10 Minutes or Less serves up quick solutions for all the music moves you want to make on your Mac: downloading tunes, creating your own mixes, burning CDs,

Overview

MacMusic! The fastest way for musicians, producers, and DJs to find the right sound with their Mac.

If you like your gratification instant, your order is ready! Rip, Mix, and Burn in 10 Minutes or Less serves up quick solutions for all the music moves you want to make on your Mac: downloading tunes, creating your own mixes, burning CDs, giving your iPod a workout, streaming your music online, making sound effects, adding sound tracks to videos and still photos, and much more. It even shows you how to perform simple sound editing and enhancement in record time! Just look up what you want to do in the extensive table of contents, and go right to the bite-size, 2- or 3-page instructions.

MUSIC TO THE MACs!

SELECT the right hardware and software

DOWNLOAD tunes legally

MIX and BURN customized CDs

EXTEND, CUT and REMIX tunes

ADD sound effects

DJ a dance party

FIX damaged or noisy tracks

DIGITIZE your entire record and tape collection

RECORD live, from the TV, from DVDs, and more

ADD soundtracks to visual content

LEARN music at the keyboard

GENERATE sheet music

EDIT sound files professionally

UNDERSTAND copyright issues

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071431903
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Osborne
Publication date:
12/01/2003
Series:
Digital Photography Ser.
Pages:
178
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Nate Tschetter is an accomplished musician, producer, composer, sound designer and music programmer. He has worked on projects for Disney, Bungie Software, Yahama, E-mu, and Universal Audio. A frequent performer on the Los Angeles music scene, he also works as an independent engineer and music producer for up-and-coming songwriters. He has contributed to various publications including Electronic Musician, Music & Computers, and Gig.

Sam Molineaux is a journalist specializing in electronic music, film, and media. A former synthesizer product specialist and a sometime musician, she covered the dance and electronic music scene for the Los Angeles New Times, and has written for various musician magazines including Remix, Keyboard, Electronic Musician, Sound on Sound, Recording, Guitar Player, Drum!, the Roland and BOSS User Group Magazines, and the musicians' website, Harmony Central. She also writes about entertainment and technology for film and TV trade publications Variety, Below the Line, The Hollywood Reporter, VFXWorld, and Moving Pictures Magazine.

Nate Tschetter is an accomplished musician, producer, composer, sound designer and music programmer. He has worked on projects for Disney, Bungie Software, Yahama, E-mu, and Universal Audio. A frequent performer on the Los Angeles music scene, he also works as an independent engineer and music producer for up-and-coming songwriters. He has contributed to various publications including Electronic Musician, Music & Computers, and Gig.

Sam Molineaux is a journalist specializing in electronic music, film, and media. Aformer synthesizer product specialist and a sometime musician, she covered the dance and electronic music scene for the Los Angeles New Times, and has written for various musician magazines including Remix, Keyboard, Electronic Musician, Sound on Sound, Recording, Guitar Player, Drum!, the Roland and BOSS User Group Magazines, and the musicians' website, Harmony Central. She also writes about entertainment and technology for film and TV trade publications Variety, Below the Line, The Hollywood Reporter, VFXWorld, and Moving Pictures Magazine.

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