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added: 11-Dec-2000
An introduction on how to record audio with your PC microphone.

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added: 2-Jul-2002
How to use WinAmp to convert mp3 to wav. This comes in handy for situations where you need to edit an sound before importing into flash or you need to loop a sound in flash that you downloaded as mp3.

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added: 19-Dec-2000
A comprehensive glossary of commonly used audio recording terms.

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added: 14-Nov-2000
An unofficial (but no-cost) guide to the MIDI Protocol specification. Includes blow by blow accounts of the messaging protocol as well as hardware specs.

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added: 10-Oct-2000
Covers the fundamentals of using MIDI and General MIDI to play music on the web, with special attention to composing strategies and MIDI file preparation

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added: 19-Dec-2000
This white paper, from Dolby Labs, describes the origin of multichannel audio in the cinema, the differences between mixing for film and mixing for music, and how to set up a 5.1-channel monitoring environment. It also provides suggestions on how music mixers might best employ the format's six channels. The document is available as an Adobe PDF file.

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added: 14-Nov-2000
Comprehensive guide to the MIDI File format specification. JavaSound programmers should take note of this guide, as well as Lingo programmers intending on dynamically generating MIDI files for playback within the Beatnik Xtra or QuickTime Asset Xtra environment.

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added: 10-Oct-2000
Some tips to always ensure a positive aural experience for your web viewing/hearing audience using background music

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added: 10-Oct-2000
Sound is a very delicate thing. Each step of the process of making a sound recording can introduce noise and distortion that reduces its appeal or usefulness. This article discusses how to achieve the highest quailty when recording from your computer.

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added: 14-Nov-2000
The Wave file format is Windows' native file format for storing digital audio data. It has become one of the most widely supported digital audio file formats on the PC due to the popularity of Windows and the huge number of programs written for the platform. The specification gives a detailed description of the structure and inner workings of this format.

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