Provides information on computer music using a Macintosh, covering such topics as which Macintosh computer to use, recoding MIDI with GarageBand, burning CDs, and publishing music on the Internet.On the Power Mac machines ita#39;s a simple matter of opening up the case and fitting DlMMs (Dual lnline Memory Modules) into slots on the main logic board. On eMacs, iMacs and portables, easily accessed memory expansion slots are provided instead. Hard drives ... Disk speeds on the current Mac range vary between 4, 200 rpm, on the iBook to 7, 200 rpm on the Power Mac G5 machines. CD/DVD ... That way they can supply better quality and larger libraries than if they just used CDs.
|Title||:||Making Music on the Apple Mac|
|Publisher||:||PC Pub - 2005|