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When you purchase one of our mp3s or videos you will receive 2 emails from us instantly: a receipt and a confirmation email with download links. In the confirmation email you'll see the product name followed by one or more links that read "Download." Click EVERY Download link in your email to get all of your files. See the image below for an example:
Your downloads may include mp3 files, mp4 video files, and/or pdfs. If you have not changed your browser settings, your files will automatically go into your Downloads folder on your computer. Locate your Downloads folder to find your files. You can then import your files into iTunes or another audio or video player, or transfer the files to a device.
ATTENTION iPad and iPhone users! You cannot download directly to an iPad or iPhone. Apple limits direct downloads to products purchased EXCLUSIVELY from the APPLE STORE. To play your files on your device, download them first to your computer and then upload the files to your device using iTunes. This is Apple's restriction, not ours.
Using a zip file allows you to download your content quickly. Getting files or folders out of a compressed/zip file is known as "extracting" them.
Select "save" or "save as" if prompted when your download begins. Never select "open" or "run". Be sure to remember the location where your zip file is being downloaded (your Desktop is a good location).
Once your download is complete, locate and right-click the file, select "Extract All" and then follow the onscreen instructions.
You will then be able to open each individual song file (songs will play in your default media player).
If you're using OS X or later, you should be able to double click the file name to open the file.
Click the download now link to download the file.
Your browser defaults to saving the file in the download folder. If you have changed the default settings, it will ask you where to save the file. Pick a location you’ll remember.
Go to the folder you downloaded the file to.
Double click the .zip file you just downloaded. For our example, we’ll call it mercury.zip. This will “open the archive” and create a new folder with the same name as the file name in the same directory you’re in. In this case, we’re in the downloads directory and our new folder is named mercury.
Select File, then Add to Library.
Navigate to the file or to the folder you created while unzipping (in our zip example above, the folder name is "mercury" in the downloads directory). Click either the file or folder name once and then click Open. This will add the file or folder to your iTunes library.
Now you can create a playlist. Click the + sign at the bottom left. Click New Playlist.
Name your playlist.
Click Music (top of left column).
Search for Steven Forrest, or search for one word from the name of the workshop you downloaded (in our example we’ll search for Mercury).
It is possible to unzip zip files on an Android phone, but you'll need an app, like the one mentioned in this WeTransfer help article Downloading .zip files on your Android phone or tablet.
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