Photograph of a guitarEach song is available in FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) and MP3 formats. The size of the FLAC file is much larger than the MP3 file. That's because FLAC does not discard any audio information when compressing the original audio file. MP3 does discard audio information, hence its smaller file size.

MP3 files can be decoded and played by the majority of media players, but FLAC is not as widely supported. If your media player does not support FLAC encoding/decoding then there are software applications available from the FLAC website that will decode the file into the original audio (AIFF) format. These applications are free to download from the FLAC website and are available for most popular computer operating systems.

Microsoft Windows

To play a song click the song link with the left mouse button. To save a song to your hard drive click the song link with the right mouse button. If your installed media player cannot decode FLAC then save the FLAC file to your hard drive and then decode it using one of the software applications available from the download page of the FLAC website. Note that the Winamp media player will decode and play FLAC encoded files.

Apple OSx

To play a song click the song link with the mouse button. To save a song hold down the 'alt' key and click the song link with the mouse button. iTunes does not decode FLAC files so save the FLAC file to your hard drive and then decode it using one of the software applications available from the download page of the FLAC website.

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