Downloading Directions, Troubleshooting & Tips
How do I download my purchased music?
- Your email receipt will include a link for each of your purchased downloadable items.
- Click the link to start the download of the file to your computer.
- The download may begin automatically or a dialog may pop up asking, “What to do with this file?” Choose “Save File” and then click “OK”.
- Individual songs are MP3 digital audio files. If you purchased a full CD these MP3s are bundled into one ZIP file for download.
- Full CD Downloads
- After you save the ZIP file containing the MP3 music files to your computer, browse to the downloaded ZIP file to extract (or unzip) your MP3s into the location of your choice. (You can double click on the zip file to extract immediately or right-click the zip file, and then click Extract on the shortcut menu)
- You can then import them into your favorite media player library such as iTunes or Windows Media for playback. Refer to the instructions with your preferred music app for help on importing.
- Also included in the ZIP archive is a PDF file containing the entire CD insert with cover, song lyrics and suggested movements. It’s all there, just like if you purchased a CD. Open the PDF file to view or print the booklet. These pages can be printed in their entirety or by page numbers.
- Single Song Downloads
- After download completes browse to your downloads folder.
- You can then import the song into your favorite media player library such as iTunes or Windows Media for playback. Refer to the instructions with your preferred music app for help on importing.
How do I unzip my full CD download?
- Most computers will extract (unzip) the ZIP file when you double click on it.
- This creates a new folder with the same name as the zip file that contains the individual song MP3 files.
- After extraction you can put the MP3s in a location of your choice or import them into your music application. For more assistance, consult the internet for detailed unzip instructions for your operating system.
Are unzipped files added automatically to my iTunes or Windows Media libraries?
- No. You will need to import your files to your Windows Media or iTunes libraries. We also suggest that you burn a CD copy for safe keeping. For directions on burning a CD, search the internet for instructions based on your operating system.
Can’t find your Learning Station CD download?
- The ZIP folder containing your MP3s goes to your browser’s default download location. On most computers, this is either the desktop or the Downloads folder under your Home folder unless you have specified another location.
To find your CD download:
- On your computer, search the word “zip”, “MP3” or the title of the CD you purchased. You can also search for the zip file (For example, TonyChestnut.zip). When Search finds your ZIP or MP3 folder, double-click to open it.
- Extract the files to the folder of your choice. Windows users may want to extract to “My Music.” Mac users may want to extract to their “Music” folder.
- After you’ve unzipped your music files, you can import them into the music manager of your choice. For safe keeping, burn a CD copy.
Still can’t find your Learning Station CD download?
- No worry and please don’t panic. We know you want your CD Download in a hurry! Simply email us at TheLearningStation@cfl.rr.com or call 1.800.789.9990 (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST). In the email please specify your order #, complete name and the CD title you can’t locate. We’ll then email you directions on what to do next. We monitor all customers until their download experience is successful.
Important: Copyright laws prohibit sharing these music files, making multiple CD copies or posting Learning Station music online for any reason, without written permission. If you are interested in obtaining permission to use Learning Station music please call 1.800.789.9990 or email us at TheLearningStation@cfl.rr.com.
Thank you for your Learning Station CD Download purchase.
We hope you and your children are enjoying our healthy music for a child’s heart, body and mind!
Happy singing, dancing and learning!
– The Learning Station