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MP3Moving Picture Experts Group Layer-3 Audio (audio file format/extension)
MP3Metroid Prime 3 (video game)
MP3Map Pack 3 (gaming)
MP3Mario Party 3 (video game)
MP3Mera Pehla Pehla Pyar (Indian movie)
MP3Mazda Protege 3
MP3Magnolia Housing Projects, Third Ward (New Orleans, LA)
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How have iPod and other MP3 players changed the way music is played and heard?
You can zap an MP3 over to your friend's computer, listen to it in a car, or add your own computerized effects to make a song sound like you're in a dance club or underwater," says Ben Sawyer, co-author of the book MP3 Power
We believe that providing a method for MP3 customers to use ATM debit cards to purchase our online products is another way that MP3 can expand its customer base and help advance the digital music revolution.
To decode MP3 files, you need to download special software.
So they asked the court for a preliminary injunction against sales of MP3 players.
The recording industry is not concerned about MP3 because the songs lose their copyright protection; it is concerned because MP3 makes it easy for the public to ignore that protection and copy the music illegally.
On MP3-focused Web sites such as the MP3 Place, you'll find daily updated lists of the most popular legal and underground music sites.
His record label, Def Jam, a subsidiary of Polygram, sat on the release of Bring the Noise 2000 from March 1998 until Chuck D decided to release MP3 tracks from the album on Public Enemy's web site.
Table 1: Global Market for MP3 Players (2000-2010): Geographic Regions Ranked by CAGR - Asia-Pacific (Excl.
Internet sites using MP3 drew fire from the Recording Industry Association of America for online piracy.
If you just want to download music from the Net, a player that supports MP3 is all you need.
With the development of the audio coding method MP3, Fraunhofer IIS has reached worldwide recognition.