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Q:  What is a playlist?
Q:  How do I listen to the songs in a playlist?
Q:  I like some songs on the playlist. What can I do next?
Q:  The songs on the playlist sound softer and not as sharp.
Q:  Are the songs on the playlist being streamed or downloaded?

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Q:  What is a playlist?
A: 

A playlist is a selection of songs that has been carefully chosen by us to present some of the best submissions in a particular genre or theme. It is a great way to sample some of the music on this web site.

Q:  How do I listen to the songs in a playlist?
A: 

To listen to these songs, you will need a media player capable of handling "M3U" files. Most common players such as Windows Media Player, RealOne Player, WinAmp or iTunes are capable of playing "M3U" files. For help with media players, please refer to the MP3 Help page.

Q:  I like some songs on the playlist. What can I do next?
A: 

If you enjoy some of the songs on a playlist, note down the title of these songs and download their MP3 files from the same playlist page.

Q:  The songs on the playlist sound softer and not as sharp.
A: 

You are correct in noting that the songs you hear in a playlist are not as good a quality as the downloadable MP3 files. We reduced the quality so that the files are smaller and hence, can be downloaded sooner and there will be less delay between each song.

If after listening to a playlist and you like some of the songs, please download each individual MP3 files (which are better quality) to your computer so that you can listen to them as often as you like.

Q:  Are the songs on the playlist being streamed or downloaded?
A: 

The songs on the playlist are not streamed; streaming technology requires expensive server hardware and software which we cannot afford. However, most media players are capable of playing songs in a playlist in a "pseudo-streaming" mode which means that you start hearing the song before it is completely downloaded. This is in contrast to MP3 files where the files are completely downloaded before you can listen to them.


Still need Playlist help? Please contact us with your questions and we will try our best to answer them within 48 hours.

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