AFTER COMPLETING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Make a waveform audio recording.
Adjust the quality of a waveform audio recording.
Explain the difference between sampling rate and bits per sample.
Reduce bandwidth requirements by converting a waveform audio recording into an MP3 file.
Link a waveform audio recording to your Web page.
Embed audio on a Web page.
INTERNET LITERACY RESOURCES:

Tools
 

If you want to work on audio, you'll need a tool for your computer. Follow these links to find and download an appropriate application for your operating system.


Sound Studio
For Macintosh


The Ultimate Collection Of Winsock Software


MP3s

 

MP3s have changed the way people exchange music. Which tools seem most useful to you?


About.com MusicMatch iTunes MP3 Music Guide


Help on the Web
 

Music Center


Exercise
 

Compare xmusic.wav to touchy.mid


 


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