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Playing the recordings
You can play the mp3 files using:
*If burning MP3 files to CD, use CD-/+R rather than CD-/+RW. Most newer CD players will play mp3 files, but older ones may not.
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If you have not received the automated email, please check your spam folder, or email me, letting me know your Paypal email address if different, at carol (at) get.gg
Click on the link in the email to visit your download page.
Click on the file names on the download page to download your files. If you have difficulty with downloading the mp3 files:
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I maintain the Copyright on all the verbal content of the recordings and the written scripts on this page.
J Cottam 2010-2021
Josh Cottam holds the rights to the composition and musical score of all the music available on this webpage.
Carol & Malcolm Vivyan and J Cottam 2010-2021
Each of the recordings are protected: the Phonographic Rights are held by myself, my husband Malcolm, and my son Josh Cottam.
After purchase, we give permission for them to be used by individuals, and by individual therapists with their own personal clients. Therapists are able to reproduce them for their personal clients, but...
the recordings, musical score or scripts must NOT be resold nor otherwise used for profit.
If one or more audio recordings are being used by more than one therapist, or by other institutions or organisations, then purchase of a Site Licence is necessary before making copies of the audio recordings.