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Chapter 7. Sharing Your Music with Others

Chapter 7. Sharing Your Music with Others

IN THIS CHAPTER:

52 Create an Audio CD from a Playlist

53 Customize CD Burning Options

54 Create an MP3 CD

55 Print a CD Jewel Case Insert with Album Art

56 Create an MP3 CD from Purchased AAC Music

57 Export a Song List

58 Share Your Music over the Local Network

59 Listen to Shared Music on the Local Network

60 AirTunes: Connect iTunes to a Stereo with AirPort Express

The iPod isn't the only way to take your iTunes' music with you away from your computer—it's just the most personal. iTunes was originally released into a world in which the most popular legitimate way to enjoy digital music was to create “mix” CDs of the music you own, which you could then share with your friends by playing the CDs at parties or in the car. Today, the digital music industry has evolved in a number of significant ways, as have the number of ways to let your friends and family enjoy your music; but the ability to burn custom CDs still remains as fundamental a part of iTunes as ever. It's even attained its own supporting features, such as the ability to print attractive custom CD jewel case inserts based on the album art in your music, or to create MP3 data CDs that contain hundreds of songs instead of just a couple dozen, and that play in any of the popular car stereo units or home DVD players that read MP3 discs.


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