To access the files, just click the filename of the file you wish to access. It will be downloaded to your computer and saved in your browser’s default download location. The location could be any of the following: My Documents, Desktop, Downloads. Note: On Apple iOS devices (iPhone, ipod, iPad, etc.) the files will not be downloaded and instead will open/play directly in the Safari browser.
If you do not have a media player that supports this file type, you can download iTunes here, a free alternative from Apple available for Windows and Mac Operating Systems. In order to use iTunes, you do not need to have an iPod or other Apple device, you can use iTunes to “burn” the tracks to a CD.
Import Music to iTunes
Locate the folder containing the files you want added to your iTunes Library. (This should be your browsers downloads directory unless specified differently.)
- Open iTunes.
- Click on “File,” then “Add to Library” or “Add File to Library”.
- Find the folder in the browsing window that pops up, and click “OK.”
- Wait for iTunes to finish importing the files.
- You have successfully imported the audio file!
Creating a Playlist in iTunes
- Click “File” and then “New Playlist”.
- Name your playlist.
Drag songs from your Library into your new playlist by clicking and holding at the same time. Alternatively, you can right-click a song, roll your cursor over “Add to Playlist” and click the playlist you want to add your song to.
For additional help regarding iTunes, please reference iTunes Support on Apple’s website.
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