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Chapter 4.  Tweaking the Sound

Chapter 4. Tweaking the Sound

Here’s what you’ll explore in this chapter:

  • Getting the best sound quality and the most efficient use of disk space when ripping CDs.

  • Using the advanced options for encoding formats in iTunes and MusicMatch Jukebox.

  • Converting songs from one encoding format to another.

  • Recording audio from analog sources such as phonograph turntables and tape decks.

  • Assigning equalizer presets to songs for use when playing back on the iPod.

The iPod faithfully reproduces whatever you put into it. The music you play on the iPod is exactly the same as the music in your computer’s library, which in turn is only as good as the source recording and the importing settings you used.


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