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How to Embed Playable Song Samples in a Web Page

Someone just wrote to ask for advice on how to embed playable song sample clips into a web page so potential customers can listen to music that he has purchased for playing during his gigs. Embedding an audio or video file is simple, but doing so without violating a copyright requires finding a legal, linkable sample file to call from your own page. Amazon.com is the perfect source.

Although there are undoubtedly other, even better ways of accomplishing the objective, this one I devised is pretty much bulletproof. Dress up the formatting of the table and text any way you like. These songs were chosen only because he does a lot of weddings and they are probably the most often requested for such occasions.

 

We've Only Just Begun
The Carpenters
Wedding Song (There Is Love)
Peter, Paul, and Mary
   

 

 

 

 

Posted  September 25, 2013

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