Connect your iPod or iPod mini to your Mac or PC
Here's just what you need to know to have music wherever you go!
Music is the language of love, and now both Mac and Windows lovers can jam with iPod! This handy guide shows you how to set up your iPod, load songs (legally), edit playlists, find your way around the iTunes music store, and most importantly, play your music. You'll even find out how your iPod can keep notes, contacts, and appointments like a PDA!
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- Shop at the iTunes music store
- Choose the best bit rate for importing your music
- Share songs between Macs and PCs
- Organize your songs and playlists
- Add music from tape, vinyl, or CD
Tony Bove and Cheryl Rhodes are the authors of more than a dozen books on computing, desktop publishing, and multimedia. Tony is also a composer and touring musician.
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