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[–] TurboJoe 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I actually built this functionality called "Sources" into audiosplitter.fm, primarily for Reddit, but it also works for Voat, Youtube pages/playlists, Soundcloud pages, blogs, single page websites, multi page websites with RSS feeds...

I've added /v/music here: http://audiosplitter.fm/sources?id=3385293 It'll check for new music every hour or so. That particular page will display them in the same order as they are on /v/music, but if you sign-up and subscribe to the source, every time new music makes the front page of /v/music it'll be added to your feed (and you'll get a little notification). Let me know what you think. It's undergoing a bit of a redesign currently.

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[–] WeAllVoatDownHere [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm using it unsubscribed at the moment and it's performing well. I had to unblock quite a lot on NoScript to get it to run in the first place.

Is there a way to play on shuffle? I thought it would be the offset semicircle audiosplitter symbol by the play controls but that just pulled down an advert banner.

Design-wise I like it. Clean clear layout. Only thing I notice is the Voat icon at the top is very zoomed in and low quality so you might need to change how you're pulling preview images or whatever it is from the source.

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[–] TurboJoe 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thanks for the feedback, I' glad you like it. The offset semicircle is called the "split" button which adds the track to your profile, but as you're not signed in, it brings down our onboarding slide which is basically a description of the site and why you should signup. There are no advert banners! No ads anywhere.

You can shuffle. Click the 3 dots next to the split button in the player bar. This should display some additional buttons, one of which is shuffle.

You're right about the images, I'll look for a higher quality version.

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[–] go1dfish 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

It's something I want to build out, waiting on the API/site to stabilize here.

I built something similar for my reddit stuff: http://modlog.github.io/#/radio?autoplay=true&ytid=YylGLV_nANU

That used to be powered by /r/FORTradio but it's a static playlist now.