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Music Player within Website?

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology Forum' started by gekko, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. gekko

    gekko New Member

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    Hey,

    I'm wondering something here...

    here's what i'm wanting to do -

    is to have a music player on a seperate page linked from the website...
    on this page is a music player - say with 5 or 10 songs on it...

    and whoever goes to that page can select from those songs what they want to listen to (similar concept to myspacemusic but not same format)

    and the youth (this is for our youth site) can request what songs they want on the player.

    is there any way to do this?

    thanks,
    God bless!
     
  2. gekko

    gekko New Member

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    without having to link to mp3's on the internet... but to have them from my computer?

    like... i want to add 5 or 10 songs that are on my computer... and put it onto this music player -- nobody is able to download it though - only listen to it.

    how can i do this?
     
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  3. gekko

    gekko New Member

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    EDIT:

    ok - so i've found a cheap way to do it - and yes i will give credit to the composers.
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    i've figure out how to put songs to an url - now just to put them into a playlist - then into a more formal player. hmm.

    God bless!
     
  4. exscentric

    exscentric Active Member

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    You might should check into copyright and find out the liabilities of allowing them to be played, presented etc.
     
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