Frequently Asked Questions

In what format is Pine Cross Music product available?
All of our printable music, audio soundtracks, demo’s and rehearsal tracks are available as a download. 

What is a downloadable product?
Downloadable products are files available on the website, which after purchasing, you can save directly to your computer. It is an easy way to get your product instantly. Downloadable products range from sheet music (PDF) and orchestration (PDF) to accompaniment, demonstration and rehearsal tracks (MP3).

What is a PDF?
PDF stands for Portable Document Format.  PDF is a file format that provides an electronic image of text or text and graphics that looks like a printed document and can be viewed, printed, and electronically transmitted.

What do I need to view or download a PDF file?
You will need Adobe Reader to view PDF files.  If you do not have the latest version of this, click on the image below to download it to your computer.


What is an mp3?
MP3 was formerly known as MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3.  MPEG is a digital encoding format used for transmitting audio sounds and pictures.  MPEG stands for Moving Picture Experts Group, the body which established standards for video and audio formats for use by computer-based media communication systems.  This type of file can be opened and played with most computer audio media players.  Pine Cross Music uses the highest quality MP3 (320 kbps) available for their soundtracks.

What do I need to listen to or download an MP3?
You will need an audio player such as Real Audio player to listen to MP3 files.  If you do not have an audio player, click on the image below to download it to your computer.


Can we record these songs on our Church Worship Service recordings?
Yes. Pine Cross Music grants to any church purchasing our music to record it on their service recordings at no charge. A mechanical license should be requested when recording a song for commercial release.