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Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS® X Digital Media All in One by Robyn Ness

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Chapter 11. Using iTunes

If you like music, iTunes can serve as your CD player, MP3 ripper, song organizer, jukebox, eye candy, and CD burner. Amazingly, iTunes is simple enough to use that even if you've never burned a CD, ripped an MP3, or listened to Internet radio, you can be doing all three within five minutes—tops.

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Using iTunes

No, rip and burn have nothing to do with discarding secret documents in a fireplace. It's really all about music.

In the 21st century, ripping is the process of copying music tracks from an audio CD to a computer. Burning is the process of making a CD. Both pastimes are as popular today as making tape cassette copies of recorded ...

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