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Mac OS X Server: 5.2.3. QuickTime
Macast: 8.8. MP3 resources
Macintosh
batch-encoding audio files, parameters for: 6.3.2.1. Encoding RealAudio with a batch processor
RealServer system requirements: 6.3.3.2. RealServer system requirements
Macromedia Dreamweaver: 6.4.2.3. Embedding custom player controls with RealPublisher
Macromedia Flash
RealFlash, streaming animations in RealSystem G2: 7.5. RealFlash
marquee window type, RealText: 7.4.2. Window types
masking: 2.1.1. Loudness
mastering: 4.3. Web mastering: optimizing sound files for Internet broadcasting
normalization: 4.3.1. Normalization: maximizing the dynamic range
MCI Enterprise Information Systems: 6.4.1. Broadcasting through firewalls
6.4.2.1. Creating custom controls with JavaScript
memory, RAM requirement for RealServer: 6.3.3.2. RealServer system requirements
meta tags, SMIL: 7.2.1. SMIL syntax
Methodizer: 11.2.2. Beatnik Audio Engine
Microangelo: 8.3.4.1. Skin-making tutorial
microphone pre-amps: 3.1.2. Microphone pre-amps
microphones
bidirectional: 3.1.1.5. Directionality and pick-up patterns
cardioid: 3.1.1.5. Directionality and pick-up patterns
condenser: 3.1.1.3. Condenser microphones
dynamic: 3.1.1.2. Dynamic microphones
features, important: 3.1.1.6. Frequency response
frequency response: 3.1.1.6. Frequency response
lavaliere clip-on: 3.1.1.4. Lavaliere clip-on microphones
omnidirectional: 3.1.1.5. Directionality and pick-up patterns
placement: 3.2.1.2. Optimizing your recording environment
shotgun: 3.1.1.5. Directionality and pick-up patterns
transducers: 3.1.1. Microphones
Microsoft
Internet Information Server: 6.3.3.2. RealServer system requirements
Media Player: 8.8. MP3 resources
Site Server: 5.2.2. Windows Media Technologies (Netshow)
Windows Media Technologies for NT/Windows 2000: 5.2.2. Windows Media Technologies (Netshow)
Windows NT 4.0, requirement for RealServer: 6.3.3.2. RealServer system requirements
MIDI Manufacturers Association (MMA): 10.2.1. Making a MIDI jukebox
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface): 1.1. A brief history of web audio
5.2. Streaming media formats
5.2.8. MIDI
10. MIDI: Quick and Easy Audio for the Web
adding to web pages: 10.2. Adding MIDI to your web pages
advantages: 10.1.1. Advantages to using the MIDI format
Beatnik: 5.2.5. Beatnik's Rich Music Format (RMF)
Beatnik, use of: 11.2. Beatnik authoring system
consistent playback: 10.3. Creating your own MIDI files
creating your own files: 10.3. Creating your own MIDI files
editing files: 10.3.3. MIDI file editing tutorial
from scratch: 10.3.4.1. Creating your own MIDI file
DLS, implementation of: 10.3.4.2. Adding notes without using a keyboard
drawing notes: 10.3.4.2. Adding notes without using a keyboard
editors: 10.3.1. MIDI editors
event sounds: 10.2.2. Add a bit of spice to your site
extracting parts: 10.3.3. MIDI file editing tutorial
HTTP web servers: 5.1. Streaming protocols
jukebox: 10.2.1. Making a MIDI jukebox
keyboard: 10.3.4.1. Creating your own MIDI file
libraries, web sites for: 10.2.1. Making a MIDI jukebox
notes, changing: 10.3.2.3. Changing notes
10.3.3.4. Changing notes
pitch-shifting: 10.3.2.2. Pitch-shifting
problems: 10.1.1. Advantages to using the MIDI format
QuickTime: 5.2.3. QuickTime
regions, inserting: 10.3.2.4. Inserting regions
removing instruments: 10.3.2.1. Removing instruments
sound engines: 10.1.1. Advantages to using the MIDI format
strip charts: 10.3.3.5. Using the strip chart
transposing pitch: 10.3.3.3. Transposing pitch
tunes, creating: 10.3.2.5. Creating your own tunes
MIME types
HTTP streaming: 6.2.2. Requirements for HTTP streaming
RealAudio: 6.1.6. RealAudio delivery
RealServer: 6.3.3.2. RealServer system requirements
mixers: 3.1.3. Mixers
Enigma: 9.3. Introduction to Shockwave
mixing audio: 1.7.3.2. Good ambient loop mixing
mixing boards: 3.1.3. Mixers
Mixman remixers, Beatnik: 11.2. Beatnik authoring system
mobile playback: 6.1.4. RealAudio utilities
RealPublisher, enabling with: 6.3.2. Using the RealEncoder
Monitor Encoder: 6.6.5.1. Remote encoding and management
Motion Pictures Expert Group (MPEG): 8.2. What is MP3?
mouse rollover: 9.2.1. Flash audio: event-driven sound versus streaming sound
movie playback: 5.2.3. QuickTime
movies, sound design examples: 1.6. Solid sound design
Moving Pictures Experts Group (see MPEG)
MP3: 5.2.6. MP3
8. Playing, Serving, and Streaming MP3
audition threshold: 8.2.1. MP3 technical details
codec, installing appropriate: 8.6.1.2. Installing an appropriate MP3 codec
compression: 1.7.1.1. Capturing narration
creating files: 8.4. Making MP3 files
disadvantages: 8.1. MP3 pros and cons
download sites, listing of: 8.5.1. Creating your own MP3 site
encoding files: 8.4.1. Encoding MP3 files
Flash: 5.2.4. Flash and Director Shockwave
frames: 8.2.1. MP3 technical details
history: 1.1. A brief history of web audio
HREF tag: 8.5. Creating a buzz: posting MP3 files to the Internet
Huffman encoding: 8.2.1. MP3 technical details
Internet distribution quality standard: 8.4.2.3. 128 Kbps Internet standard
Internet, posting files to: 8.5. Creating a buzz: posting MP3 files to the Internet
joint stereo: 8.2.1. MP3 technical details
legal issues: 8.7. Legalities of MP3
Internet downloads: 8.7.2. Legal MP3 files: headline artists sign up for MP3
masking: 8.2.1. MP3 technical details
MIME types: 8.5. Creating a buzz: posting MP3 files to the Internet
Netscape Navigator (older versions) and: 8.3.4.1. Skin-making tutorial
online resources: 8.8. MP3 resources
players: 8.4. Making MP3 files
8.4.3.1. Selecting tracks
playing files: 8.3. Playing MP3 files
plug-ins: 8.3.5. Plug-ins
posting files to Internet: 8.5. Creating a buzz: posting MP3 files to the Internet
QuickTime: 5.2.3. QuickTime
radio station, starting your own: 8.6. Start your own MP3 radio station
search engines for sites and files: 8.5.1. Creating your own MP3 site
security: 5.2.7. Liquid Audio
sites, creating your own: 8.5.1. Creating your own MP3 site
stream narration: 1.7.1.2. Embedding narration in a web page
streaming: 8.5.1. Creating your own MP3 site
MP3.com: 8.7.1. Is MP3 legal?
MPEG-1, Layer III (see MP3)
MPEG Layer 3 compression: 9.3.4. Exporting Shockwave audio files
MPEG (Moving Pictures Experts Group): 5.2.2. Windows Media Technologies (Netshow)
5.2.6. MP3
8.8. MP3 resources
Mtley Cre concert, live broadcast: 6.6. Case study: N2K streams live M[DBLENTITY:ouml]tley Cr[DBLENTITY:uuml]e concert
multicast delivery, RealServer: 6.4.1. Broadcasting through firewalls
multimedia presentations, synchronized: 5.2.1. RealMedia and RealAudio
multitrack digital editors: 1.8. Interactive sound effects and buttons
multitrack sound editors: 1.7.3.4. Sound loop tutorial: creating seamless loops with a sound editor
Murch, Walter: 1.7.2. Using sound effects
Murphy, Sean: 3.1.4. Compressors/limiters
music
ambient sound loops: 1.7. Designing web audio
ambient sound loops, designing: 1.7.3. Designing music loops
loops vs. sound effects: 1.7.3.1. Sound loops versus repetitive sound effects
mixing: 1.7.3.2. Good ambient loop mixing
optimum length: 1.7.3.3. Optimum loop length
seamless music loops: 1.7.3.5. Building seamless music loops
piracy, security against: 8.4.3.1. Selecting tracks
pitch, correcting: 4.2.3. Pitch shift
sales, online: 1.2. What you can do with sound on the Web
Music Boulevard web site: 6.6. Case study: N2K streams live M[DBLENTITY:ouml]tley Cr[DBLENTITY:uuml]e concert
Music Object, Beatnik: 11.2.5. Introduction to the Music Object
local serving: 11.2.3. Beatnik Editor
multiple instances on page, creating: 11.3.4. Lesson 4: Creating multiple Music Object instances on a page
music videos: 5.2.4. Flash and Director Shockwave
MusicMatch: 8.8. MP3 resources


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