That Cd Sounds Great. How's It Play On The Pc?
Don't be surprised if the next Madonna, Bob Dylan, or Leonard Bernstein compact disk you buy comes with instructions for use on your computer as well as on your music system. It may become the next fad in consumer electronics--adding computer data and programs to audio CDs. Since all the information on a CD is already in digital form, it's only a small stretch to make some of its 600 million-plus bytes usable by computers. For every minute of sound not encoded, there's room for about 9 megabytes of computer data.
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