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Cinquequarti says

Apologize, i was “lost in posts” :D

Maybe, i didn’t understand, but i want to ask you something: let’s say i am a buyer, not registered on AJ. Let’s say i want to buy a track, without much loss of time. What i have to do, using AJ radio, to save my time and listen to many tracks?

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StudioEtude says

Apologize, i was “lost in posts” :D Maybe, i didn’t understand, but i want to ask you something: let’s say i am a buyer, not registered on AJ. Let’s say i want to buy a track, without much loss of time. What i have to do, using AJ radio, to save my time and listen to many tracks?

Hi! a minimum: in radio you can find for “author”, in contrast to the existing system of search .. and search all arranged more conveniently and supports multiple tag)) make an individual playlist and send it to the client-perfect!

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Depard says

Just a follow up on how you could help mobile visitors listen to your songs if they come across your item page:

I’ve updated the www.audiojungle.com/player.php page to allow playback of individual items as well. So if you want to have a mobile-friendly link to your item using the HTML5 AJ Radio player, you can do so with a link like: http://www.audiojungleradio.com/player.php?item=[itemID] where item ID just that number at the end of your item URL such as “1990674”. I also made a little banner you can use if you want to along with the link. So for a nice pretty link on your item page, you could add something like:

<a href="http://www.audiojungleradio.com/player.php?item=1990674"><img src="http://www.audiojungleradio.com/img/ajradiobannerthin.png" /></a>

to your item description, which would look like:

You can see how I did it on some of my item pages, I went ahead and put it at the top of the description so it shows up just under the player. Feel free to use the banner with a link to a collection or your username as well, as mentioned before.

Anyways, thought this might be of some use. Of course, now AJ will roll out their spiffy new HTML5 player tomorrow… works for me!
Awesome! You sjould make another thread for AJ radio!
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Cinquequarti says


Apologize, i was “lost in posts” :D Maybe, i didn’t understand, but i want to ask you something: let’s say i am a buyer, not registered on AJ. Let’s say i want to buy a track, without much loss of time. What i have to do, using AJ radio, to save my time and listen to many tracks?
Hi! a minimum: in radio you can find for “author”, in contrast to the existing system of search .. and search all arranged more conveniently and supports multiple tag)) make an individual playlist and send it to the client-perfect!

Thanks, Sinar.

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simaudio says


Just a follow up on how you could help mobile visitors listen to your songs if they come across your item page:

I’ve updated the www.audiojungle.com/player.php page to allow playback of individual items as well. So if you want to have a mobile-friendly link to your item using the HTML5 AJ Radio player, you can do so with a link like: http://www.audiojungleradio.com/player.php?item=[itemID] where item ID just that number at the end of your item URL such as “1990674”. I also made a little banner you can use if you want to along with the link. So for a nice pretty link on your item page, you could add something like:

<a href="http://www.audiojungleradio.com/player.php?item=1990674"><img src="http://www.audiojungleradio.com/img/ajradiobannerthin.png" /></a>

to your item description, which would look like:

You can see how I did it on some of my item pages, I went ahead and put it at the top of the description so it shows up just under the player. Feel free to use the banner with a link to a collection or your username as well, as mentioned before.

Anyways, thought this might be of some use. Of course, now AJ will roll out their spiffy new HTML5 player tomorrow… works for me!
Awesome! You sjould make another thread for AJ radio!

+1 on that Depard!

I just checked it out and it looks and works great, i think you should start another thread on this!

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InlifeThrill says

Hey, the “Song Surfing*: Off | 30 sec | 60 sec” bar is not working for me. I can see those are clickable links but neither hover state can be seen nor anything changes as I click any of these. I am on chrome. Am I missing something?

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SchwartzSound says


Apologize, i was “lost in posts” :D Maybe, i didn’t understand, but i want to ask you something: let’s say i am a buyer, not registered on AJ. Let’s say i want to buy a track, without much loss of time. What i have to do, using AJ radio, to save my time and listen to many tracks?
Hi! a minimum: in radio you can find for “author”, in contrast to the existing system of search .. and search all arranged more conveniently and supports multiple tag)) make an individual playlist and send it to the client-perfect!

Hey Cinquequarti. The biggest benefit of AJ Radio is that it works as a continuous playlist of items—so if you pull up items by search words, by author, or even want to listen the new items on the homepage, you can do so with the click of a button. Currently on AJ listening through songs is an active process, you have to click through each thumbnail or item page manually to go through songs. With AJ Radio, you can load up the whole list, and let it play through in the background while you go about your day or continue working on your project, etc. When you hear something you like or that fits your project, you can pop back over and see what’s playing, and easily buy or download the comp for later use. The other benefit are the extra features like song surfing, which will automatically let you skim through and audition items more quickly. Let me know how it works out for you!

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SchwartzSound says

Hey, the “Song Surfing*: Off | 30 sec | 60 sec” bar is not working for me. I can see those are clickable links but neither hover state can be seen nor anything changes as I click any of these. I am on chrome. Am I missing something?

Thanks Inlife, looks like I had inadvertently broke it in my latest update (interestingly only on Chrome…)—It’s should be fixed now. Surf’s up!

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SchwartzSound says

Thanks guys! Made a new thread: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/audiojungle-radio/69943 Feel free to post any future suggestions or questions there

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chanredfield says

As a buyer and a composer I’ve always thought this would be a great idea, often times I’ve just wanted to have the ability to listen to a variety of artist without having to interact each time, sort of like a pandora or spotify, maybe add in the ability to like tracks or something too.

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