USING HOMESTEAD CLOUD WEBSITE BUILDER

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i AM BUILDING A NEW SITE AND WISH TO PUT MP3 FILES IN - THE ONLY OPTION I CAN SEE IS FOR SOUNDCLOUD - CAN I DO IT THE WAY I ALWAYS USED TO?
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What if you dont want to use soundcloud is that the only option?
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So, you are using the new websitebuilder?
For Audio, you will need to use Soundcloud. Upload your audio to Soundcloud, copy the URL they provide. Then,

1) Click ElementsMusicSound Cloud Player.
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Ok - dont want to use soundcloud but if that's whos back they scratch........hmmmmm
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Hope it works for ya!
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Well no - thats why I hate it - they pick and choose what songs you can have up there!!!
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Hello,

In WebsiteBuilder you can upload a mp3 file added to the files. Go to elements>files>document>upload files. Once the file is added it will show as a downloadable file on the site. This file will need to be downloaded by the viewer to play the file. 
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Hello Bill, 

Audio files will need to be uploaded to soundcloud, youtube or vimeo to add to the site. The other option is to convert the audio into a HTML code and add that to the site. 

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