Subject: How can a CD have both music and data at the same time?
Date: Wed Jan 5 11:00:46 2000
Posted by April Washburn
Grade level: grad (non-science)
City: Lebanon State/Province: KY
Area of science: Computer Science
My brothers and I have a few music CDs that can also serve as CD-ROMs.
How can this be? I also wonder, along the same lines, about DVDs and
their special features (cut scenes, camera shifting, etc.).
Re: How can a CD have both music and data at the same time?
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