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Get yourself an Internet radio that links to Shoutcast.  With over 47,000 free stations, its easy to find ones that are commercial free.  Just check the Marketplace for "internet radio"

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Get yourself an Internet radio that links to Shoutcast.  With over 47,000 free stations, its easy to find ones that are commercial free.  Just check the Marketplace for "internet radio"

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For having music on my parcel, and change easy, I have installed VLC Player. Then I open up www.shoutcast.com . At the bottom of the page there are Settings and make sure it plays on the default player. Then search a station you like, play it with VLC, copy paste the URL you can find in Media Information towards the parcel Media and you'll have music.

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I use Radio Paradise which is actually really commercial free and listener supported. Plus, great music. The media URL I use is http://scfire-ntc-aa05.stream.aol.com:80/stream/1048 but there are higher bit streams you can choose from at http://www.radioparadise.com/content.php?name=Listen

 

There is a long list of media streams for Internet radio stations at https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Music_streams

As the owner of the parcel, in your viewer select World -> About Land then click on the Audio tab. Enter the media stream URL you want to use. Alternately, you can use one of the many media viewer systems available inworld or on the marketplace (e.g. NHC, Damani, Icarus, ...). These SL media players all come with an audio selection feature to allow you to select from a wide variety of music url's. Not all are commercial free - in fact, many who claim to be commercial free actually play commercials (mostly for web hosting services). Radio Paradise is tried and true.

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