I just finished a project for my Interactive Digital Media class, and I'm calling it "Musica!" as it highlights several of my favorite music artists as well as a few of my own DJ mixes. Complete with nearly 5 hours of streaming audio and a unique Director interface, take a stroll through mi casa de la musica and enjoy the sights and sounds.
Unfortunately, Mozilla and Netscape both have problems with Shockwave streaming audio as I was unable to get it working in either of those two browsers. So, please use Microsoft's Internet Explorer for best results.
Update: Add Safari to the list of incompatible browsers, and only use IE version 6 or above. Well ok, so this isn't the most accessible project I've ever done, but it really is a cool interface if you have the right configuration. And what's up with these browsers not able to support Shockwave streaming audio? It's not like Shockwave is a new thing. I wonder if it has anything to do with Acacia Media Technologies and their nefarious streaming media patent claims? Nah.
Click on the house, or just click here.