> I would just use a normal web account, but you don't get > the preview streaming unless you pay a lot of money. If you don't mind using Realaudio format, you can stream it from any HTTP web server. To do this, create your RM file - you can do this using the free "Realproducer" from real.com. Then create a plain text file with a RAM extension, and inside that file put just one line; the URL to your RM file. e.g., if I have a piece called "music.rm", then the first and only line of "music.ram" would read http://www.mywebsite.com/music.rm (assuming it's in the root, of course) Upload both the RM and RAM files to your website. For your "preview" link, point to the RAM file, not the RM file. What happens is that when Realplayer is asked to open an RAM file, it reads the RAM file and starts downloading the RM file listed inside, but instead of downloading it all first, it plays as it downloads - ie, it streams it! G.