Thanks for purchasing from Barton Publishing. We know you're going to LOVE your Wholetones purchase! If you're having trouble downloading your music, we're here to help!
If you need additional assistance beyond what you see below, please feel free to contact us!
First of all...are you trying to access your Wholetones account, or download the music?
- If you're trying to access your account and music online, click here for instructions.
- If you have access, but are trying to download it so you can listen to it, read on!
How to Download and Organize Wholetones to Your Computer
Downloading the Wholetones music files allows you to listen to the files on your computer without being connected to the Internet. You'll also be able to transfer your files to another device.
Here are the steps to do that:
- Create a folder on your desktop and name it "Wholetones".
- Go to your Instant Access/Download page, or log into your Wholetones account at http://account.wholetones.com.
- Select the song you want to download, and right-click the "Download" button or link.
- From the right-click menu, choose "Save Target As..." (on PC) or "Download Linked File As..." (on Mac). (Microsoft Edge Users: Instead of right-clicking the "Download" button, you will need to right-click the link below the button that says, "or right-click and save." Then select "Save target as" from the right-click menu.)
- Browse for and save the files to the "Wholetones" folder you created.
- Repeat for each song.
Import Into iTunes
iTunes allows you to organize your music, play it, and transfer it to an iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad.
- Open iTunes on your PC or Mac. (You can download iTunes at apple.com/itunes.)
- From the top menu, select "File" and then "Add to Library".
- Browse for the "Wholetones" file you created (see above) and select it.
- Once you open or save it, the files will be imported into iTunes.
Name and Organize Your Files in iTunes
Naming your files with the same album name and artist name makes it easier to find and play your music in iTunes.
- Find the Wholetones songs in iTunes.
- Select them all.
- From the menu bar at the top choose "File" and then "Get Info."
- Click "Edit Items".
- Change the artist name field to "Michael S. Tyrrell".
- Change the album name field to "Wholetones: The Healing Frequency Music Project".
- Change any additional fields you want to use to organize the album.
- Click OK.
Wholetones mp3's (songs) will all be together as one album in your iTunes library.
Watch the video tutorial:
Transfer to an iOS Device, Such as iPad or iPhone
Please read Apple's support article for instructions on transferring music and other media to an iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201253