Mac Download Instructions to iPhone.

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  1. emilyclare

    emilyclare Member

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    Hi -

    I received my downloads today and have successfully downloaded the mp3 files into iTunes on my Mac.

    I've created a playlist to transfer them to my iPhone...but want to make sure that I don't lose anything.

    Are there any detailed instructions on how to do this properly to ensure no loss of fidelity?

    Thanks!
     
  2. jodie

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    Hi Emily .....

    If you do everything, exactly the same as you would normally do when transferring mp3's to your iphone Emily, the Lifeflow tracks will be absolutely fine. Enjoy your first level (Lifeflow 10) and if you have any questions at all, please do get in touch with our support team: [email protected]

    Kind regards :)
     
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    I've never transferred mp3's to my iPhone though...I've only ever purchased through iTunes.

    I thought I had to download them through the Downloads Lite app (that was where I got LF10) in order to maintain the fidelity of the tracks. But I can't sign in there anymore since I ordered a different plan.

    It looks like when I get the CDs, I can download them into iTunes using the "Apple Lossless Format". Would that be a better choice? Or does it really not matter?

    Thanks!
     
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    Emily,

    A "lossless" format would be better than a "lossy" format, especially when it comes to the lifeflow tracks, as some of the important entrainment beats/sounds could become corrupted if you use a lossy format. As far as I know, the MP3 versions supplied by Project Meditation, whilst MP3 is typically a lossy format itself, have been converted to MP3 to a level where they have not lost their effectiveness. If you're transferring from CD to your own device, then it's best to avoid lossy.
     

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