Is there any way to get music onto your hubs? Currently I'm using YouTube as a means, but it's not always ideal. If not: this would be a great addition to our hubs, the ability to provide a custom made sound track to our literary creations.
Nope. Someone suggested this previously but it's really not a good idea. The reader has to have the choice what they see and hear, and be able to start or stop at their whim, now ours.
Here is the last thread on that matter http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/5599
And I think we had at least a handful of such requests before.
Make Your Music Heard At HubPages
I hope it helps.
OK will follow sun sven's advice. As for the rest, whther it's a good idea or not, it IS a good idea, it genuinely works as a way of enhancing the reading experience, giving "flavour" and "colour" to your words. I know. It works.
I think Charlotte meant automatic music that starts playing by itself as soon as you open the page. This is definitely not the brightest idea around cause it annoys the heck out of people.
However, an audio player capsule can be implemented if there is enough demand for it - and that's why I gave you the address of recent thread on the matter, so you can add your voice there
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