The following simple application from the MyGen website works
great for me! I've placed it on two of my website's pages, and
it's completely secure. The actual music files can even be put
on a different server, at a different URL:
The code is pretty straightforward, and all you have to do is
upload a couple of files to the page where the player is to be
located, and then adjust the code to point to those locations,
but if you need help with that, let me know (though our discussion
will then be public record, so that may not be the best idea).
Another free solution is the demo player from Hoover Web Design:
This one plays multiple tracks, exhibiting them one at a time,
and doesn't allow the user to select a different track as the
first one does. However they offer a player with more options
for $50, here:
Other players are shown on this page:
Here's another option that costs $39.99, but it doesn't seem
to have the support of a dedicated website - WebAudioChamp 1.0:
FLAMplayer is another option that requires (or accommodates)
websites using PHP and MySQL, and is free:
They offer FLAMexpress as a free service for musicians that
don't have a PHP and MySQL website, but the service is still
Coffee Cup offers a Web Juke Box program for $34 that provides
a graphic interface that allows you to skin and configure the
player on your PC, then provides an FTP program to upload the
files to your site. They offer a 30-day free trial, but they
don't talk about security, and it seems the songs will be
uploaded to your site, though they would be hard to find if
they are named differently than the titles that are displayed:
They have some excellent Flash tutorials to show you how the
That should give you enough options to satisfy your needs.
If you have any questions, let me know...
Additional information may be found from an exploration of
the links resulting from the Google searches outlined below.
Searches done, via Google:
mp3 music macromedia movie player
Clarification of Answer by
11 Sep 2006 22:54 PDT
Here's another one, simply called the Website Music Player, that
also contains no playlist files in the source code on the demo
page, and even allows people to click and buy any or all of the
songs on the list via PayPal:
It requires a website with PHP, MySQL, and a Linux host, which
may account for the better security, and costs $67.
Using PHP and MySQL with the free FLAMplayer, cited earlier
should also provide more than enough security.