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Red Book audio

The specification of the Compact Disc (CD), which was introduced in 1983. The terms Red Book audio, Compact Disc (CD) and CD-DA (CD-Digital Audio) are synonymous. See CD and CD-DA.
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Coupled with second session technologies such as the Windows Media(R) DRM, Macrovision's CDS solution utilizes this patent and enables worldwide record labels to design and produce "dual session" music CDs that contain both Red Book audio files that play on traditional home and car stereos, and also include "second session" files that can be played and stored on a consumer's PC and portable devices.
Macrovision Corporation (Nasdaq:MVSN), the world's leading developer and vendor of content protection and security technologies announced today a licence agreement with Microsoft under which Macrovision will provide worldwide record labels with the capability to design and produce "dual session" music CDs that contain both Red Book audio files, which play on traditional home and car stereos, and also include "second session" files that can be played and stored on a consumer's PC and portable devices.
Macrovision Corporation (Nasdaq:MVSN), the world's leading developer and vendor of content protection and security technologies announced today a license agreement with Microsoft under which Macrovision(R) will provide worldwide record labels with the capability to design and produce "dual session" music CDs that contain both Red Book audio files, which play on traditional home and car stereos, and also include "second session" files that can be played and stored on a consumer's PC and portable devices.