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This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (fadden@fadden.com) with numerous contributions by others.

1-14] How do I learn more? Is there a good book for beginners?

(2002/10/04)

This FAQ contains a great deal of information, but it's geared toward
answering specific questions rather than providing a general education.
Some of the other net resources are more like a tutorial than a Q&A list,
and may provide a better starting point.

Mike Richter has a primer on CD-R at http://www.mrichter.com/.

Roxio has some good information at http://www.roxio.com/en/support/.

If you're new to CD recording and are feeling a little lost, you may want
to buy a book on the subject. Try one of these:

- _CD Recordable Solutions_ by Martin C. Brown. Software emphasis
is on Roxio Easy CD Creator, Roxio Toast, and "cdrecord" for Linux.
Visit http://www.muskalipman.com/cdrsolutions/index.html.
- _CD and DVD Recording for Dummies_ by Mark L. Chambers. Has a
section on hardware installation. Software emphasis is on Roxio
Easy CD Creator, Roxio Toast, and Apple iDVD.
- _The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating Your Own CDs_ by Terry
Ogletree et.al. Software emphasis is on Roxio Easy CD Creator and
NTI CD-Maker.

Sample pages, including complete tables of contents, can be found for
all of the above at http://www.amazon.com/.


 

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