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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the MP3 / iTunes Site! These are the top ten articles that your MP3 / iTunes Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. MP3 Quality Comparison Chart - Gladiator
When you rip MP3s, should you rip them at 160, 128, 96 or 64 for the best sounding file that is still small? Just what are the differences in sounds? Hear for yourself with clips from the Gladiator soundtrack.
2. iPod - Moving Files from Napster to iTunes
If you´ve used Napster and have bought an iPod, you´re out of luck. Napster does not support the iPod. Here´s how to get all your songs - INCLUDING paid in Napster songs - to iTunes.
3. ASCAP Radio License Information
If you´re hoping to start running your own radio station on the web, a CRITICAL component is legal permission to broadcast the songs. This is where an ASCAP license is necessary.
4. WMA Quality Comparison Chart - Gladiator
Interested in learning how the various settings of WMA files affect the sound? Here is a test I did using clips from the Gladiator soundtrack. Listen for yourself!
5. Downloading Audio Books to iPods & MP3 Players
Wondering how to download an audio book or how to get a downloaded audio book onto to your MP3 player or iPod? Find out just how you do it in this easy tutorial.
6. Sony MDR-A35 S2 Sports Headphones
These headphones took the place of earbuds for me. They are also a great accessory to my listening wardrobe.
7. Portable Hard Drives
This year, I’m asking the birthday fairy for an external hard drive so I can transfer my entire music collection off my laptop. The birthday fairy wrote back and asked me for more information.
8. Halloween Music
Don’t fret, don’t faint, and don’t get all ghoulish if you don’t have the “perfect” music for Halloween. You still have time to download MP3s and iTunes full of monster charm and frightening fiddles!
9. Shoutcast Radio Server Software
If you want to run your own radio station, and have the bandwidth to send out the audio, Shoutcast is a free solution that can get the job done.
10. Adding Pictures to your iPod Photo
If you get an iPod photo, you´re in for a treat! There are thousands of ways you can use the photo storage system to really make your life much easier.
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