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Audio Sequence 0.1 Beta


jQuery based script that allows you to control, monitor and play multiple audio files in sequences at a time.

Live Demo

GIF Demo


  • Repeat whole: allows you to repeat a list of audio files as whole for a given number of repeats
  • Repeat each: allows you to repeat each file of list of audio files for a certain number of repeats
  • Repeat forever: allows you to repeat a list of audio files as whole forever !
  • Repeat delay: allows you to add a delay in-between repeats
  • Log: gives music player like interface from the console


  1. <script src='audio_sequence.js' type='text/javascript'></script>
  2. <script type='text/javascript'>
  3. var player = audio_sequence({
  4. files: ['1.mp3', '2.mp3', '4.mp3'],
  5. repeat_forever: 'true'
  6. })
  7. </script>


  1. this.options = {
  2. files: [], // audio files inserted will be stored in
  3. repeats: 0, // number of repeats to obey with some adjustments later
  4. repeat_whole: 'true', // repeat all files as whole for the number of repeats
  5. repeat_each: 'false', // repeat each file for the number of repeats [You can not select both !]
  6. repeat_forever: 'false', // to keep repeating endlessly, only works on repeat whole
  7. repeat_delay: 0, // to add a time delay between each repeat in seconds
  8. reverse_order: 'false', // to reverse the order list of audio files
  9. shuffle_order: 'false', // to randomly shuffle the order of the files list
  10. volume: options.volume || 0.5, // to set the default volume > 0 && < 1
  11. auto_start: 'true', // to auto start playing as the module loads
  12. cleanup: 'true' // to clean up after existing
  13. }

Full documentation here

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