Even without paying?
And it will play right there, it won’t just be a link.
According to the support docs, one should, “Upload an mp3 file somewhere on the internet” as the first step. There are many ways to do this, but one of the easiest is to use the incredibly versatile Dropbox.
- is basically a folder that lives on your computer, like any other folder except…
- it syncs with the web. It also synchronizes with any other computer you own.
- It is free for 2 Gigabytes of storage. That is, conservatively, enough room to store 150 high bit-rate mp3s.
- It is simple to install.
- If you get it from this link, they give me extra storage space.
Once you have set up Dropbox, drag a copy of the song you want to the “Public” folder within your “Dropbox” directory. Right-clicking (or control-clicking) on the songfile should show a “Dropbox” with a “Copy Public Link” option.
Inserting your audiofile into a post
Now that you have copied the link to the audio file in your Dropbox “Public” folder, you are ready to insert it into a post.
Switch to HTML view and type:
Well, don’t type exactly that. Enter the link to your song silly.
This is what it will look like.