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Chapter 18. Listening to and Managing Yo... > Listening to Audio CDs with iTunes

Listening to Audio CDs with iTunes

The most basic task for which you use iTunes is to listen to audio CDs. In addition to the capabilities provided by a “regular” CD player, iTunes provides several other features that leave regular CD players in the dust.

CAUTION

Some audio CDs use copyright protection schemes that prevent you from listening to the CD on a computer (with the idea being that you won't be able to make electronic versions of the songs for illegal purposes). Unfortunately, not only do these CDs not work in your Mac, but they can actually cause damage. Before playing a CD in your Mac, check the label carefully to ensure that its label doesn't contain any warnings about playing the CD in a computer or that the CD is copy-protected. If it does have such warnings, don't try to use the CD in your Mac.



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