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web audio stream and jmf

 
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Hi everyone, this is my first time here and this is my problem.

I have an URL like this
http://tinysong.com/aGFW
that, if called, redirect on
http://www.grooveshark.com/song/Human+To+A+God/20790261
that is a RIA that, after charging, plays a song (an unique song, and after that it stops)

I would like to reproduce this audio clip in a Java application, but I don't absolutely know how to do it: I thought that with the JMF would be great but I don't know if the framework can "capture" the audio from the web... it's not a real stream, it's a internet flash application that reproduce music... it's like a youtube player: I don't think I can capture audio from there!
Can you help me? A class, a package, something for running this? Or documentation/guide/tutorial about this kind of problems...

Thank you
Mic

(Sorry for the bad english)
 
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Michele Palmia , You could do this Stream Live Audio?
I'm wanting to implement the project that I have to do ...
JMF researched and could not find anything about shoutcast/icecast2 tried and failed too.

Thanks ...

New Year for everybody !
 
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I used the Java Audio resources to create a Java Audio Applet. I am familiar with the JMF and you really do not need that resource to do what you are looking to do.

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