Ambient RadioThis ambient music radio also plays a wide range of relaxation, meditation and chill out, and is now broadcasting at 320kbs. The station's HTML5 radio player will start playing automatically mobile devices excepted. Now playing information and track times are available below and will update every two minutes. Links for those who prefer to use an external media player are also available.
Ambient radio links: Winamp (.pls), Windows Media Player (.asx) and Apple (.qtl).
Ambient music is often intended to induce a sense of calm and relaxation on its listener. It can incorporate elements from many other styles of music and also be quite experimental with the sole intention to enhance a listeners mood or create an atmosphere within an environment. Ambient music is a genre of music that puts an emphasis on tone and atmosphere over traditional musical structure or rhythm. Ambient music is said to evoke an “atmospheric”, “visual”, or “unobtrusive” quality. According to Brian Eno, one of its pioneers, “Ambient music must be able to accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting.” As a genre, it originated in the United Kingdom at a time when new sound-making devices were being introduced to a wider market, such as the synthesizer.
Embed this radio station into any web page using the following HTML
<audio src="https://www.partyviberadio.com:8069/;listen.pls?sid=1" autoplay="true" controls="true"><audio>
News04.08.20 - Our web based radio players now work in all web browsers again.
03.08.20 - Our radio station embed links (see above) have all recently been updated. Please be sure to update any pages you have which may be using them as soon as possible. Thank you!
Available options1. Should streaming start immediately, options include autoplay="true" and autoplay="false".
2. Controls available or not, options include controls="true" and controls="false".
3. Should audio playback be muted at launch, options include muted="true" and muted="false".
4. The volume at which playback should begin at launch, range 0.0 (silent) to 1.0 (loudest).