Ripping your favorite CDs is a great way to build up your digital music library. Find out how to do it using iTunes by following this simple tutorial.
If you haven’t made a custom playlist with iTunes yet then you’re missing a great way to generate your own music compilations. Playlists make it easy to organize your music and they can be shared with others.
You’ve just found out that your MP3 player doesn’t play WMA files, but the music on your computer is nothing but WMAs! Follow this tutorial on how you can convert your WMA files into ultra-compatible MP3s using the free MediaMonkey software.
ID3 tags are stored in digital music files and are used by music players to display information to the user. Data such as, title, artist, genre and track number is stored in the file which you can create and edit; check out this TigoTago tutorial on manipulating ID3 metadata easily.
It's always a good idea to backup your digital music by burning to CD. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to start archiving just in case your hard drive decides to go south.
Your shiny new iPod needs setting up before you can start listening to music, and wading through the user manual for the basics can sometimes be a pain. Why not read this digital music tutorial that cuts to the bone.
Take your first steps in the digital music world by reading this basic tutorial on how to start buying and downloading digital music on the Internet.