In most cases, I think you will find it fairly easy to use. If you get stuck, use Google to find step-by-step directions for setting up on your computer. Or, call or email us (585-204-0874,

1. You must save the file in a format that is compatible with the technology. If you don’t, you lose sound quality and thereby reduce effectiveness. The best choice for iPods is: Apple Lossless and for Mp3 players, it is suggested that you use a rate of 256 kbps.

2. You will want to rename your exercises as you download them. Because of the on-line search feature, you will sometimes end up with “wrong” titles and artists for your exercises, which will make it difficult for you to know what is what. You can turn this feature off, but would still probably need to rename them. Otherwise, your titles will read something like: “track 1,” which will not help you know the correct title. The easiest way is to use the Get Info feature and manually label the exercise your self. It is a bit cumbersome, but it helps you easily use your exercises once completed.

We suggest using a naming system that makes sense to you. For example, maybe begin all Metamusic with MM. And if you have Human Plus titles, use HP. And if you have a series, then always lead off with the series name and then follow it with an abbreviated exercise name or use a number.

If you have any trouble at all, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Additional instructions for setting format for Ipod and Mp3 players:

For Ipod

After you open iTunes, then click Edit. Then select Preferences. Next click Import Settings. You will then see a list of choices. Select Apple Lossless.

For Mp3 Players

After you open the program, select Custom. Then select Rate. A good rate is 256 kbps.  

If you choose to purchase MP3 files from Monroe Products, they have specific instructions.

You can find their instructions here: