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ulsterpete22

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Hiya folks. I have a website sorted, and am trying to put up some of my mixes online. However Ithe webhost wont allow me to use it to download mp3's. Does anyone know a good website were it can help me code my mixes to stream online? Is thsi even possible?
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Space-Man

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If i'm understanding you correctly i think you should try www.hostultra.com. Lots of free web spaced included :tazz: Or you could just embed the mixes you want people to hear eg.

<embed src="yourmix.mp3" height=50 width=50></embed>

If you do go ahead and use the code make sure the file is in the same folder as the website.

Edited by Space-Man, 19 June 2005 - 12:23 PM.

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if you don't mind it not being streaming, I would recommend doing a podcast. Or if you made the music your self then I would try hosting it with garageband (not the windows application). www.garageband.com has a thing where you can put your songs on their server and poeple rate them and can stream them. It's really cool.

Good luck!!!
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or you could host your own server like me and use windows 2003 and that has a streaming service :tazz: very good for Video but you need a good ISP
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Cheers guys. ill let you kno how these ideas work out
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