If you have an audio file that you would like to showcase on your website, you are able add the "Audio" content type to your website.
This content type contains a title, description, the audio file (which can be played directly in the browser) and a built-in, standard set of audio controls. You can see examples of this content type located in Zones A and B displayed on this page, but you are able to add this content type to Zones A, B, or C.
Before utilizing this content type, ask yourself:
Navigate to the section where you wish to add the audio content item. Click "Create content" then select the "Audio" content type.
There are five required fields in this content type:
Did you create this audio recording? Is this audio recording copyright protected? Do you have permission to use this audio recording?
All web content must comply with the Seattle University Copyright Guidelines. Text, images and videos, and other media files, that do not meet these requirements must be deleted immediately.
In cases where copyrighted material is posted with the permission of the content owner, that permission must be attained in writing and be available for verification if needed.
You need to be sure your content is as accessible to all users as possible.
Description: "A Storm at Eileen Mor" by Jon Luc Hefferman (from freemusicarchive.org)
Description: "Curious" by Jon Luc Hefferman (from freemusicarchive.org)