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Re: Streaming Audio over web



If the sound from DT's Splattercell site starts up almost immediately when
I'm connected with a mere 56k modem is it streamng or has it been 
downloaded
?
There's an AU format file ( 'multisplatloop' ) embedded in the HTML with 
the
'LOOP' function to set it playing, as opposed to a 'Click here to
listen/download' option.

Any feedback on the fact that I hear the loop at two different speeds,
depending on where I connect from  ( Modem vs ISDN ) ?

thanks,
Andrew

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan El-Bizri" <ssrndpty@hotmail.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2003 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: Streaming Audio over web


> Streaming refers to files that you can listen to before they download
> completely, rather than ones that just start up when you hit the page.
>
> bIz
>
>
>      (.(*.......*).)
>      .  .groovetronica.com.  .
> 4/2/03 - the all-new site is up and running!
>      (.(.'"'"'"'.).)
>
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