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OS X Mountain Lion All-in-One For Dummies by Mark L. Chambers

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Chapter 2: Jamming with iTunes and iPod

In This Chapter

arrow.png Playing music with your Mac

arrow.png Arranging and organizing your music collection

arrow.png Tuning into the world with Internet radio

arrow.png Sharing your songs across a network

arrow.png Creating eye candy with the Visualizer

arrow.png Buying the good stuff from the iTunes Store

Good news! Every installation of OS X comes with the finest stereophonic gadget in town: a great audio application called iTunes. With iTunes, you can listen to your favorite songs and podcasts, organize your music collection, watch video or a full-length movie, listen to radio stations from around the world, buy music and video online, burn CDs and DVDs, and much more! In no time, you’ll be pondering how much new speakers with a subwoofer will cost for your Mac.

In this chapter, I show you how to play audio CDs, podcasts, videos, and Internet radio, but that’s just the beginning. You discover how ...

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