This chapter covered the audio functions built into SUSE Linux. We started by looking at how you can play back MP3 and CD music, and then moved on to how various programs provided with SUSE Linux can be used to rip CD music to files that can be stored on your hard disk.
Next, you learned how you can record your own audio using a microphone or other sound source. Finally, we examined how all of these audio files can be burned to music CDs.
In Chapter 20, we will look at the video functions built into SUSE Linux.