Unfortunately my web site host doesn\'t allow MP3\'s as it violates their TOS. Anywho, that is the reason. It is getting harder and harder to find a \"decent\" host that allows them, even for legitimate uses such as a demo. What do you (and other Mac users) think about Flash as a cross-platform solution in the meantime?
to see what can be achieved with flash... (thanks for the hint Lewis/loving Chris)
Marsdy, as far as my knowledge goes, it is the same to provide mp3 or zipped mp3. In most cases the web hosts don\'t allow them in any case, whether packed, renamed or anything. Kevin, as long as you pay for the bandwidth there are plenty of hosts that allow mp3s. For free, hm, take a look at mp3.com, but keep in mind only 128kbit encoded files are allowed!
Uploaded a flash version of the demo last night - did anyone have any luck with that? Will re-do the demo with more exposed sections and more of the brushes ...have a cornet player coming over tomorrow so will try and get him in on the demo too.
Just rename the mp3 file to \"song.wav\" or \"song.jpg\", whatever, then give us a link and we\'ll just \"save it\" not \"open it\" and then we can rename it to \"song.mp3\" after we download it. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Dn\'t know why, but much of the demo sounds terrible! the cymbals sound good, and paino and bass, but almost ALL the drums sound kike someone hitting a stzck pf cardboard boxes with a sledge hammer. No \'drums\' at all.
My old computer used to have this problem with Windows Media Player, but this new machine doesn\'t do that. If you can find a way to disguise the files (perhaps rename the .MP3 to .KEV, then tell us to rename after download.