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Thank you again for supporting independent music! Listen right here, or download the album to add to your music library. If you don’t know how to do this, there are some instructions available for major music services at the bottom of this page. ENJOY!
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CHOOSE your file type
Pick the file type that best suits how you’d like to listen. Instructions for how to use your files below.
NOTE: Most major music platforms require a desktop computer to add your own files
Small file size, works in virtually all music playing settings.
Smallest file size and the easiest file type to work with. Lower quality than FLAC or Apple Lossless.
APPLE LOSSLESS (.m4a)
Not just for Apple! High Quality for iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify & Youtube Music users.
Larger files, highest quality, compatible with streaming services.
Great for listeners who already use FLAC.
Larger files, highest quality, use this if you know how to work with FLAC files already.
For burning to a CD.
Great quality for burning to a disk at home.
How to use your music files
There are many ways to listen to your downloaded files, but in this age of streaming, it’s not always so straight forward to get the music where you want it. Below is a little help to get you started using your purchased music.
If it’s all too confusing or overwhelming for you, we’ve built the music player above so that you can stream your purchase from this page on any device. Just bookmark this page so you can come back and listen on any device with an internet connection.
Your purchase offers you this exclusive early access and ownership of the music files, but we will be launching the album on all major streaming platforms in the near future, so you’ll be able to add and stream the album from there as soon as they’re up as well!
If you have any problems, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep in mind, that most options require a desktop computer to get the music files incorporated into your listening environments.
It’s pretty easy to download your files into a folder on your computer and open them up in the music player of your choosing. This is a great option if you want to listen from your computer.
To listen on a mobile device, see the options below, but keep your desktop handy, because you’ll likely need it to get the files on your mobile device.
Unfortunately, there’s not a great way to download the files directly to your iPhone and listen to them in a user friendly manner. If you choose to do this the songs will go to your “Files” app and you can navigate to the downloads folder to listen to them there. However, the player is clunky and does not integrate with other music well.
To get these songs on your iPhone and playing through iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, or YouTube Music, you’ll need a desktop computer. See instructions for those options below.
You’ll need a desktop computer to sync your audio files to your mobile devices. Download your files to your desktop and check out these instructions from Apple to get set up.
It is possible to download music files directly to your Android device and listen to them there, but it can be difficult. Check out these instructions from Bandcamp to see if this is a good option for you.
Again, we recommend using a computer to sync your music to your mobile devices, as this is the easiest option.
If you’re a YouTube Music, Spotify, or Apple music user, see the instructions below to get your files synced up to your mobile library.
If you’re a Spotify user, you’ll need a premium Spotify account and a desktop computer to get these files into your music library so you can listen to them wherever you go and add them to new or existing playlists you’ve got in rotation.
Follow these instructions from Spotify to make it happen.
If you are a subscriber to Apple Music or iTunes Match, you can download the files to your Mac or PC and use these instructions to get your audio files synched up to listen on your phone.