This book is designed to appeal to a wide range of readers, from computer novices who want to learn enough to enjoy the benefits of digital audio to “audio geeks” and industry professionals who want more details about what’s going on “under the hood.”
Parts I and II will appeal to newcomers who want to get started with digital audio without slogging through too many technical details. These chapters include plenty of tips, advice, product information, and references that will be of interest to most readers.
Parts III, IV, and V are for those who want to get their hands dirty recording and editing audio, burning CDs, or experimenting with Internet radio. These chapters also include important theory to help you better understand the technologies you are working with and troubleshoot any problems.