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Chapter 14. Hot Hacks and Cool Tools > Recording Your Own MP3s

14.5. Recording Your Own MP3s

In addition to songs downloaded from the iTunes Music Store (Chapter 7) or ripped from CDs (Chapters 5 and 6), the iPod can play digital audio files that you've recorded yourself. This sort of thing can come in handy in situations where, say, you have a recital or music lesson coming up and want to record yourself for analysis later. Or perhaps you have to give a speech and want to record a sample of yourself practicing to weed out the "ums" and "you knows."

You can take either of two approaches. First, you can record on the iPod and transfer the finished recordings to the computer. (You need one of the snap-on iPod microphones described on page 299.)


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