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Updated: July 06, 2013
MP3 FAQ – What are MP3s?
MP3s are digital audio files that have been shrunken down while still maintaining their original sound quality. Before there were MP3s, digital audio files took hours to download. But on a modem, most MP3s can download in just a few minutes. MP3s are widely recognized as the most popular format for storing and listening to music on the World Wide Web.
MP3 FAQ – Will I go to jail for listening to MP3s?
MP3 is simply a file format. Just like a regular CD, they can be pirated or used illegally. All MP3s that are available here have the legal permission of the copyright holder (artist, record label, etc.).
MP3 FAQ – How do I save or download MP3s for later playback?
There are a few different processes, depending on how your player is set up. After you click the download link, the song should either save itself automatically to a temporary directory, or a personal folder or directory on your hard drive. Or you might get a pop-up prompting you to "Open the file" or "Save to Disk." In this case, choose "Save to Disk." Your computer will then ask you where you would like to save the file. Choose a destination you can remember so you can find the MP3 later.
Most players have a settings area where you can specify how you’d like to download songs. Try playing around with these settings to see which process you like best.
If you’re still having trouble downloading MP3s, a quick solution is to right-click the Download link (or left click and hold if you’re on Macintosh), left-click Save Link As or Save Target As, name the file and click save.
MP3 FAQ – How do I get started with this MP3 thing?
In order to start playing MP3s, you need an audio player. Click here for info on how to get an MP3 player.
MP3 FAQ – How do I play MP3s?
MP3 FAQ – How do I get an MP3 player?
Listening to MP3s is easy. You just need to download a player, a software application that lets you hear music on your computer. Click on the software of your choice below to get started!