We’re sorry for the inconveniences incurred by our decision to abandon this medium of delivering sound to our listeners. We’ve made this decision for necessary economic reasons (explained here). Don’t fret: we’re not giving in to the Gnostic temptations encouraged by many modern technologies (as this page argues).
Below are six ways that listeners who long enjoyed CDs (and possibly cassette tapes before that) can continue listening.
Please note that for all of the listening options below, in order to listen to the digital version you must be registered for an account on our website. This establishes a link between you and your subscriptions and purchases. If you’ve never set up an account with us — having relied on mail and the phone to place orders — the instructions for registering are on this page. If you run into any problems registering, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you’ve registered, here are some options for continuing to renew your mind by using your ears:
1. Install our app on a phone or tablet
2. Stream audio with an internet browser
3. Download audio files and listen on your computer’s music player
4. Burn your own CDs
5. Listen on a portable MP3 player
6. Plug a USB flash drive into your vehicle’s audio system
Options 2 and 3 are best if you listen at home or at work near your computer.