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    Looking for EASY-TO-USE HTML5 MP3 playlist player

    I've been using a flash script to play mp3 audio samples on some of my websites (see sodhouserecords.com/37years for example). Works great, easy to use, but of course does NOT work on most smartphones. I'm looking for a HTML5-friendly replacement, but everything I've found either doesn't do what I need, or is either expensive or complicated to use. Any suggestions?

    (FYI, the old script I'm using is at flash-mp3-player.net/players/multi - I'd love to find something with a similar code structure, to make conversion easier)

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    The only way I've ever gotten this to work reliably is to create a custom solution, use multiple formats and provide a flash-based fallback.
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    Thanks, but I don't have the skills to create a custom solution, but I can modify an existing one to suit, if it's not too complicated, There are dozens of scripts available, I was just hoping someone would recommend one.

    I'm looking at Brian Hadaway's UbaPlayer - does anyone have any experience with it?

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    I figured so, but thankfully HTML5's Audio API is really easy to work with. The most difficult part about it is having to use multiple formats, which a quick trip here should help you navigate.
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    Easy for you maybe. I don't want to have to learn a whole new programming language, or to have to navigate using multiple formats, if someone has already done it and is willing to share.

    I finally downloaded Amazing Audio Player - I had to shell out $99, as the "free" version is too limited for my needs, but it's easy to use, has a fairly intuitive interface, and works great.


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