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Small practical HTML mp3 player for studo website

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by blackcom, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. blackcom

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    Hey!

    Does anyone know about any good small and practical mp3 player that would be easy to implement on my studio website for showing off soundclips?
     
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    I use the same one!

    Its a GREAT little player. VERY easy to set up and EXTREMELY easy to add songs too!
     
  4. jipchen

    jipchen ForesterStudio

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    Mixpod
    Soundclick
    Soundcloud
     
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    Is Soundcloud still 128kb? Wouldn't advise using that if so.
     
  6. blackcom

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    Thanks guyes!
     
  7. CarlBlomqvist

    CarlBlomqvist Here to learn

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    You can use the built in HTML5 Player, it's super easy. You'll have to use both .mp3 and .ogg though, because different browsers can only read different formats. You can also use .wav if you want to. There is no compromising quality here, and no flash! Though you can include some code so that it loads a flash player "just in case the file wont load". I use it on my site.

    Code:
    <audio controls preload="auto" autobuffer> 
      <source src="mysong.mp3" />
      <source src="mysong.ogg" />
      <!-- now include flash fall back code here -->
    </audio>
    
    This will use the browsers built in player. Works wonders. You'll have to use one instance for every song though. No playlist feature yet. But it's great imo. Gives room for a little description under each song :)

    Cheers
    Carl.
     
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    Carl - where can we find your site? I am curious to see how you're using the HTML5 built-in player.
     
  9. CarlBlomqvist

    CarlBlomqvist Here to learn

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    It looks different depending on your browser. Each browser has their own design of the inbuilt player.

    The site is under heavy construction, and is just filled with nonsense text. It's not for viewing by people, and I wouldn't show it to potential clients. Needs some graphics and stuff :)

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/745395/Hemsida/coda-slider.2.0.1/index.html#2

    Cheers
    Carl.
     
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    pifos_2 des scoubidoubidous wha !

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    soundcloud is working great for me
     

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