You can also download in FLAC, ALAC (Apple Lossless), AAC, Ogg Vorbis, WAV and AIFF formats. Press Ctrl A to select all the files, then drag them into a folder or onto your desktop. If you’re on an Android device, you may need to download a third party app. To add music to i Tunes, just launch i Tunes and choose File Add To Library.These options are, as we say in the interface, for "audiophiles and nerds." If you aspire to become either, this isn't a bad place to start. To add music to Windows Media Player, you can either: a) select the audio files, then right click them and choose "Add to Windows Media Player List", or b) drag and drop the audio files onto the Windows Media Player window (if that doesn't work, try the drag/drop operation again, but make sure the Library tab is active in Windows Media Player first). Well, maybe you wonder what your favourite song sounds like when played backwards?
You can verify that your download is complete by right-clicking it and selecting Properties (or if you're on a Mac, by clicking it and choosing File Get Info).Once the files are successfully unzipped, rename them to something simple (like "every atlas - track 1.mp3") and then move them to wherever you need to in order to import them into your music player.Punctuation & unusual characters can make that old unzipper of yours sneeze.The source of the problem is that a lot of older software can't handle FLACs with sample sizes greater than 16 bits or sample rates higher than 44.1k Hz.We encourage artists to upload the highest quality sources they can get their hands on, and more and more tracks are 24-bit/96k Hz (what a great world we live in).