The Internet-audio (r)evolution

Cravotta, Nicholas
February 2000
EDN;02/03/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p101
Trade Publication
Focuses on the digital audio revolution launched by the MP3 video coding standard. Opportunities for a breed of consumer products; Evolution from text-based or static images to real-time, large-content transport; Advantages over other digital-audio-compression standards.


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