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Hello,

search the marketplace ( https://marketplace.secondlife.com/ ) for 'Chimera' for example. Or "dance ball", "dance hud".

In the bottom left of the search result page check the three checkboxes and the two 'price' fields both to 0, then click 'refine search'.

Here is something from the results:

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Chimera/825404

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Chimera/1114680

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Hello,

search the marketplace ( https://marketplace.secondlife.com/ ) for 'Chimera' for example. Or "dance ball", "dance hud".

In the bottom left of the search result page check the three checkboxes and the two 'price' fields both to 0, then click 'refine search'.

Here is something from the results:

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Chimera/825404

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Chimera/1114680

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Are you looking for one script that plays a song and makes the avatar dance to it or just a script for the dancing part?  I'm not sure from your question which you are looking for.   In any case, you should post this in the Wanted section of the Commerce forum either someone will direct you where to get the script  that you need or offer to make you a custom script if there isn't on available. 

If you want the script to play the song also, you will need to have the proper license from the holder of the songs copyright to use it in Second Life unless the music is your original music. 

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Devices that play songs in Second Life are tricky.  An uploaded song file can only be 10 seconds long, so the song has to be cut up into a whole bunch of tiny clips, then there must be a script to play them sequentially.  Errors in timing are very common.

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