Free MySpace Flash MP3 Players

Searching for a way to have music play in your MySpace page? Here are some flash-based mp3 players that are easy to set up and let you create your own play lists with controls so visitors can select, play, pause, and skip tracks. Share your musical flava with the world.

Flash MP3 Player #1

Adding this mp3 flash player to your MySpace profile is easier than voting for Pedro. Just follow these quick and easy steps:

Download and extract the FLASH PLAYER files ( This will create two files on your computer: player.swf and playlist.xml. Sweet.

Once you've got your two files, open up playlist.xml in Notepad or some other text editor. Edit the file to create your own custom playlist. Add as many tracks as you like. Here's an example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
   <song path="" title="Placebo - Pure Morning" />
   <song path="" title="Joydrop - Beautiful" />

IMPORTANT NOTE: Do NOT use the "&" symbol in the path or title — it's a reserved character. You will need to replace it with &amp; for it to work. Seriously.

VITALLY IMPORTANT NOTE: Songs must be in valid, MP3 format only for the flash player to work. (And no, renaming your file extensions from .wma to .mp3 won't cut it, chucklehead, so let's just pretend you weren't thinking along those lines.)

Upload your player.swf and playlist.xml files to your favorite web host/file storage site.

Copy and paste the following code into your MySpace profile. Be sure to edit the path info to match where you uploaded your files.

NOTE: You can also change the following variables in the "flashvars=" section to alter the appearance and behavior of your MySpace mp3 flash player:

Change ShowPlaylist=1 to ShowPlaylist=0 to hide your playlist.

Change ShowEQ=1 to ShowEQ=0 to hide the EQ.

Change firstTrack=1 to firstTrack=0 to prevent your music from playing automatically when the page loads. Visitors will have to click Play to hear your tunes. Enter another track number to have that song play automatically when your MySpace profile page loads.

Change initVol=50 to any number between 1 and 100 to set the initial volume. Visitors will have to adjust their own speaker volume from there.

Rock out, you crazy monkey.


Flash MP3 Player #2

Coming soon.



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