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Good thing it doesn't work.

Many of the titles look to be copyrighted. I'd not expose such a page to the internet, but have something similar on the LAN.

Bob

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Something to consider...

These are audio files some friends made on a demo disk. I'll c/o the copyright matter and see what can and cannot be done.

Any idea how we would go about accomplishing the goal in my first post?

Thanks.

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My internal web just put links to the mp3s.

And it simply launches whatever player I've associated with such.

As you can tell at http://www.w3c.org , audio on a web page is quite limited.

Bob

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(NT) (NT) Lot of good info and leads. Thanks.
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What some run afoul of...

While your friends made the demo disk, public performance of said titles still runs afoul of copyright issues. You may flame or get a blood pressure rise about it but its in your best interest to never open yourself up to such legal trouble.

Let me be more blunt. Your friends put "Mustang Sally" on that demo. They can't sell or give out recordings of that performance. Just trying to save you from this issue.

Bob

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(NT) (NT) Guess I'd better leave it alone. Thanks.

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