The internet never ceases to surprise: I uploaded a “micro tutorial” a while back and it shows how to add a streamed audio file – like e.g. an internet radio station – to one of your personal playlists in order to have quicker access than going through iTunes’ preselection of streaming internet radio stations (there are hundreds…). This little clip leads over all others I’ve ever posted in terms of viewers having watched i, huh! (and *sniff* re: my music video LOL ). Per frequent request, I just finished uploading and adding captions to the updated video, making up for the user interface modifications in iTunes 11, which left some of us dumbfounded in the beginning (like when you move to a new city and need to find out, where all the infrastructure is, supermarket, pharmacy, bus stop etc.). Without further ado:
Excellent! I got to extend availability of Naiad Theme on iTunes, Amazon & many more digital stores for another year thanks to Sherry Sherrard-Jackson and Cliff Francoeur! Below find a convenient player widget to use for prelistening and sharing. Thanks so much, guys!
Here’s a quick note to let you know that I’ve decided to keep MC# around on iTunes and other digital stores. I have updated my music page accordingly, where you can conveniently follow the links to the respective stores for digital download.
Thanks for your continued support, folks!
I’m pleased to report that the Naiad Theme is now available on both iTunes and Amazon as well as some other outlets, which I’ll try to find out about.