Sure. And by the way, the fellow who did this is another Phil, not to be confused with me. Although he is a great helpful guy.
Do the download and unzip. You have 4 files. They are an .sng, a pdf, and 2 mid files. The pdf is a chord and lyrics sheet. You can ignore the mid files. Those are for folks who want to remix or re-edit the song in a DAW, like Logic or Cubase.
If you have not already done so, on your BB, using BB Manager, create a file for Beatles, since you are going to want more of these. With that Beatles folder selected, From the upper BB Manager menu, select Songs, New Folder. A New folder appears in you folder list. Click on it, rename it Beatles.
A blank song folder space appears. In BB Manager, select File>Import Song, and navigate to the expanded Don’t Let Me Down folder on your computer, probably wherever you keep your downloads. Select the file with the ,sng ending. The song should load and look like this:
Notice the Default Drum kit name, NP Standard Bass Hammond. Let’s search for the kit. Back on the Forum, click the magnifying glass icon at the top of the page, enter NP Standard Bass Hammond, and you won’t find the kit. This is not a normal result but it does happen with some older kits. Do a search on the Forum for Missing Drumkits. Within those posts, you’ll find a post I made on Apr 1, 2022, called “Missing” drum kits on the Forum. Click on that, and then click on the dropbox link. Scroll down until you find NP Standard Bass Hammond, click on that, and then download the kit.
Some kits need to be unzipped, some don’t. Once you have the kit, back in BB Manager, selected File Import>Dumset and navigate to the the .drm drum file that you just downloaded, and select it.
Once it finishes getting added to BBM, look at the Drum Sets list in BB Manager, and if necessary, scroll to the bottom of the list to find the kit you just added. Click on the box in front of the kit’s name. The drum kit is now ready to use.
Finally, one more little trick. Phil normally creates his songs with the whole as the outro. He likes it that way. What this means, though, is that when you click on the pedal to play the song, nothing appears to happen. Actually, on the pedal, you should see the visual metronome counting beats, but not hear any sound. This is because it is looping the “Null” main loop. Double click on the pedal to progress to the Outro section, and you will hear the whole song play.