Copyright  2016 Peregrine Records All rights reserved
PO BOX 479, Ashfield, MA 01330
When    you    download    the    album,    high-speed        internet    access    and    a    compatible device/media player  are recommended for downloading and playing the album. When   you   receive   the   email   and   link   to   your   download,   please   be   sure   you   know   where the   file   will   be   downloaded.   The   default   location   is   usually   the   “Downloads”   folder   on   the C   drive   of   your   computer;   or,   alternatively,   before   you   begin   downloading   you   can   select the location and folder. You will have 5 attempts and a two week download time limit. After   downloading   the   .zip   file,   right   click   on   it   and   select   “extract   contents”   and   select the   desired   location.   The   file   will   contain   24   tracks,   album   cover   art   (.jpeg)   and   a   playlist (.m3U).   The   playlist   file   is   the   file   you   will   open   in   your   media   player.   The   tracks   and playlist   files   cannot   be   separated   and   must   be   contained   in   the   same   file   folder.   Be   sure to back up the song tracks in another location. I f   you   have   any   difficulties   downloading   or   there   is   a   problem   with   your   download,     please contact us at info@peregrinerecords.com   and   we   will   be   happy   to   assist   you.
Media   players   and   advanced   systems   integrate   our   music   libraries   into   playlists   at   home   and on   our   mobile   devices,   and   makes   it   possible   for   us   to   enjoy   music   on   demand   in   the   format   it was   recorded.   For   that   reason   we   have   skipped   the   MP3   format   and   offer   Songs   of    Perfect Propriety     as    CD    quality    (16    44)    and    High    Definition    24    96    (HD)    downloads.    Our    aim    is    to encourage   listeners   to   trust   their   ears,   to   explore   listening   to   music   with   has   much   detail   as possible,   and   to   discover   audio   as   it   is   intended   by   the   artists   and   audio   engineers   to   be received. Below   you   can   read   about   audio   file   formats   and   learn   about   how   they   differ   from   each   other technically.   In   terms   of   determining   the   difference   in   quality   between   formats,   only   your   own ears can make that evaluation and which one is best for you. MP3       is   a   standard   format   for   compressing   sound   into   a   very   small   file   (about   one-twelfth   the   size of    the    original    file)    perfect    for    storage    when    disk    space    is    limited.    MP3    is    the    file    format    most commonly   used   by   digital   music   stores   and   the   format   plays   on   all   media   devices   and   computers. MP3   has   bit   rates   ranging   from   128   (low),   192   or   320   (high)   kbit/s   and   a   sample   rate   of   44   or   48   kHz.     Since   disk   space   is   steadily   increasing   for   digital   devices,   high   resolution   audio   is   more   in   demand   and as   a   result      MP3   is   used   less   for   listening   enjoyment   and   more   for   practical   uses   such   as   previewing tracks or for reference. AIFF    is   an   uncompressed   digital   audio   format   with   bit   rates   and   sample   rates   ranging   from   16           bits 44 kHz (CD quality) and 24 bits 96 kHz (high-definition).  Windows     plays AIFF with iTunes and VLC Media Player  download VLC for Windows Mac:   plays AIFF with iTunes and VLC Media Player download VLC for Mac OS X download VLC for iPhone iPod iPad FLAC    is   a   lossless   digital   audio   format.   This   means   that   the   format   does   not   lose   data   like   other types   of   compressed   audio   files   (eg.   MP3).   Lossless   compression   retains   the   resolution   of   a   standard CD   (16   44   kHz)   and   high-definition   audio   (24   96   kHz).      The   advantage   of   FLAC   is   that   it   uses   less   disk space   on   your   computer   than   an   AIFF   and   will   play   gapless   audio,   an   advantage   for   albums   and playlists which feature segues between tracks. Smartphones   &   Android   play    FLAC   with   the   VLC   app   download   free   VLC   app   on   Google   Play   and Power Amp buy Power Amp on Google Play Windows:  plays FLAC with VLC Media Player  download VLC for Windows and with Windows Media Player using a modification which you can read about on wiki-how http://www.wikihow.com/Play-FLAC-Files Mac: plays FLAC with iTunes and VLC Media Player download VLC for Mac OS X download VLC for iPhone iPod iPad We   recommend   the   VLC   player   because   it   plays   all   formats   (except   .wav   files)   and   can   be   downloaded to   a   wide   range   of      devices.      This   ability   to   play   just   about   anything   is   one   of   the   trademarks   of   VLC software.   VLC   performance   on   Windows   and   Mac   computers   is   long   standing   and   reliable,   but   the app    for    Android    remains    under    active    development    so    there    is    still    a    chance    of    running    into unexpected   bugs.   You   may   want   to   try   it   anyway   and   test   it   for   yourself   to   compare   it   to   other   media player options.
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FILE FORMATS   Info about audio file formats Media       players       and       advanced       systems integrate   our   music   libraries   into   playlists   at home   and   on   our   mobile   devices,   and   makes it   possible   for   us   to   enjoy   music   on   demand in    the    format    it    was    recorded.    For    that reason   we   have   skipped   the   MP3   format   and offer   Songs   of    Perfect   Propriety    as   CD   quality (16     44)     and     High     Definition     24     96     (HD) downloads.   Our   aim   is   to   encourage   listeners to    trust    their    ears,    to    explore    listening    to music   with   has   much   detail   as   possible,   and to    discover    audio    as    it    is    intended    by    the artists and audio engineers to be received. Below   you   can   read   about   audio   file   formats and   learn   about   how   they   differ   from   each other    technically.    In    terms    of    determining the    difference    in    quality    between    fomats, only   your   own   ears   can   make   that   evaluation and which one is best for you. MP3      is    a    standard    format    for    compressing sound   into   a   very   small   file   (about   one-twelfth the   size   of   the   original   file)   perfect   for   storage when   disk   space   is   limited.   MP3   is   the   file   format most   commonly   used   by   digital   music   stores   and the    format    plays    on    all    media    devices    and computers.   MP3   has   bit   rates   ranging   from   128 (low),   192   or   320   (high)   kbit/s   and   a   sample   rate of    44    or    48    kHz.        Since    disk    space    is    steadily increasing    for    digital    devices,    high    resolution audio   is   more   in   demand   and   as   a   result      MP3   is used   less   for   listening   enjoyment   and   more   for practical   uses   such   as   previewing   tracks   or   for reference. AIFF    is   an   uncompressed   digital   audio   format with   bit   rates   and   sample   rates   ranging   from   16 bits   44   kHz   (CD   quality)   and   24   bits   96   kHz   (high- definition).  Windows:     plays   AIFF   with   iTunes   and   VLC Media Player  download VLC for Windows Mac:    plays   AIFF   with   iTunes   and   VLC   Media              Player download VLC for Mac OS X download VLC for iPhone iPod iPad FLAC     is    a    lossless    digital    audio    format.    This means   that   the   format   does   not   lose   data   like other   types   of   compressed   audio   files   (ex.   MP3). Lossless   compression   still   retains   the   resolution of   a   standard   CD   (16   44   kHz)   and   high-definition audio   (24   96   kHz).      The   advantage   FLAC   is   that   it takes   up   less   disc   space   on   your   computer   than an     AIFF     and     will     play     gapless     audio,     an advantage     for     albums     and     playlists     which feature segues between tracks. Smartphones    &    Android    play     FLAC    with the    VLC    app    download    free    VLC    app    on Google    Play     and    Power    Amp    buy    Power Amp on Google Play Windows:  plays FLAC with VLC Media Player  download VLC for Windows and with Windows Media Player using a modification which you can read about on wiki-how http://www.wikihow.com/Play- FLAC-Files Mac: plays FLAC with iTunes and VLC Media Player download VLC for Mac OS X download VLC for iPhone iPod iPad We   recommend   the   VLC   player   since   it   plays   all formats      (except      .wav      files)      and      can      be downloaded   to   a   wide   range   of      devices.      This ability   to   play   just   about   anything   is   one   of   the trademarks   of   VLC   software.   The   performance on   Winows   and   Mac   computers   is   long   standing and   reliable,   but   the   app   for   Android   remains under    active    development    so    there    is    still    a chance    of    running    into    unexpected    bugs.    You may   want   to   try   it   anyway   and   test   it   for   yourself to compare it to other media player options.
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DOWNLOADING YOUR ALBUM When     you     download     the     album,     high-speed       internet   access   and   a   compatible   device/media player      are   recommended   for   downloading   and playing the album. When    you    receive    the    email    and    link    to    your download,   please   be   sure   you   know   where   the file   will   be   downloaded.   The   default   location   is usually   the   “Downloads”   folder   on   the   C   drive   of your   computer;   or   alternatively,   before   you   begin downloading    you    can    select    the    location    and folder.   You   will   have   5   attempts   and   a   two   week download time limit. After   downloading   the   .zip   file,   right   click   on   it and    select    “extract    contents”    and    select    the desired   location.   The   file   will   contain   24   tracks, album   cover   art   (.jpeg)   and   a   playlist   (.m3U).   The playlist   file   is   the   file   you   will   open   in   your   media player.    The    tracks    and    playlist    files    cannot    be separated   and   must   be   contained   in   the   same file   folder.   Be   sure   to   back   up   the   song   tracks   in another location. I f   you   have   any   difficulties   downloading   or   there is   a   problem   with   your   download,      please   contact us   at   info@peregrinerecords.com       and    we    will    be   happy   to   assist   you.
AUDIO FILE FORMATS - WHICH ONE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?