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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to iPod and iTunes, Third Edition by Brad Miser

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16. Listening to Audio CDs and Internet Audio With iTunes

In This Chapter

  • Learn the basics of listening to iTunes sources by listening to audio CDs.
  • Use the iTunes Information window.
  • Control your tunes like a pro.
  • Make iTunes be heard but not seen.
  • Check out Internet radio.
  • Change the size of the iTunes window.
  • Configure your music with iTunes Playback preferences.

One of the many reasons to have and use iTunes is to listen to music and other audio, such as podcasts or Internet radio streams. That, not coincidentally, is the basic point of this chapter. Here, you will learn how to use iTunes to listen to a couple of sources: audio CDs and Internet radio. The good news is that when you know how to use iTunes to listen to these two sources, ...

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