FAQ >> Downloads
None of the audio/visual content is hosted on this site. All media is embedded from other sites such as Google Video, YouTube, imeem, etc... or links given with permission by the associated record label (e.g., IODA, promotion-wise, etc...). Therefore this site has no control over the copyright issue of the streaming media. These hosting services are not affiliated with musicremedy.com.
Q. How long should it take to download a song?
A. Size does matter but fortunately the downloads are only +/- 1kb small.
Q. Why are the music downloads so small?
A. This is because you are *not* actually downloading the music but only a stream. This means that this file is legal because you are not downloading the song itself. You are downloading a WVX/ASX-file (including a HTML-file) which Windows Media Player or Quicktime (player) is able to open. The song will be streamed to your player making it available on your desktop. So in conclusion: the music is not being downloaded but a re-direct to a legal online stream.
Q. What is a ASX-file?
A. A ".asx" is a very small Microsoft playlist text file that redirects to one or many audio files that contains the actual audio that Windows Media Player will play such as ".asf" files.
Q. What is a WVX-file?
A. A ".wvx" is a very small Microsoft playlist text file that redirects to one or many video files that contains the actual videos that Windows Media Player will play such as ".wmv" files.
Q. How do I download songs from your site?
A. You download WVX-files the same way you download any file from the Internet--point and click with your mouse.
Q. I've downloaded the music file, but now I can't find it...
A. Use your computer's Find File command to search for all the files with ".wvx" in their names. If you can't locate it that way, download the file again and take note of the directory in which the file is saved.