Several years ago my company published a stereo audio cassette (!) called "Exploring Music & Sound On Your PC!" It was just before MP3 got going, so it is about WAVE files, sampling rates, microphone quality, and copyrights. It had plenty of audio examples and even a brief audio history of computer sound...including classical music from a Timex-Sinclair home computer!
While the tape was hailed as one of the most complete guides for beginners every put into one place, it flopped. Unlike our tutorials on Windows, going online and digital cameras, it was too esoteric and too ahead of its time.
I still have the digitally edited masters and am thinking of releasing the parts that affect podcasters, etc. I will leave out the section on MOD and MIDI music. I may make it a downloadable MP3 with donation accepted.
Question: Is the need there? I'd like to know before I spend the hours editing and re-recording the front and back. Thanks, John acpress dot com.