Hey @Greg Hamberg,
I have never tried to play music but I tested an idea I just had.
If you have a video file with the music you would like you can add it as an attachment on the page. Then you can use the multimedia macro and you can tie this to the video attachment. You can set the video to 'autoplay'.
Now if you place the 'MultiMedia' macro inside of a 'Cloak' macro, the video will not display to the screen but the sound will come through with the autoplay. I imagine you can you do this same thing with audio files instead of video files but I never tried that.
I just tried this same method with a .mp3 file and it works as expected. You can attach the .mp3 file to the page. You can use the MultiMedia macro to auto play this. If you want to hide the player from the screen then put it in a Cloak macro.
Sure, it's possible. The only think I want to tell you is that you better pay attention on what type of music you want to add. It’s not a speech about what genre of music is better or stuff like this, no! All I want to say is don’t add licensed music to your videos unless you own or lease this licence from the owner. You will definitely get blocked because of this. Instead, you can find some good music or soundtracks from a licence free place Depositphotos. I really recommend you to go there because everything is just free of charge and you will be surprisingly pleased by the range of music available to download.
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