Gargamond said: Jared said: Hi team, With Groovy and Rhythm bot being shutdown on discord does anyone have any ideas around getting music from youtube to all my players collectively? I've tried the Roll20 jukebox previously and the 20MB limit isn't enough for me. I have been googling around using virtual audio cables and ways to turn my audio output back through my audio input but its a bit beyond me. Could anyone please offer some advice on how me and my players could listen to the same youtube music controlled by the DM? Cheers, I thought there was a way to jam Spotify through discord. Am I wrong? I've been reading up on this, you can use the listen along feature with the spotify connection but I don't own a premium account. So to get music in my D&D game through spotify I would have gone from paying nothing to paying 11.99per month (Australian dollar). I can keep the adds that would only play for me and leave my players in silence while its running. For me this would be a plan b. I already have heaps of youtube links I was running through Rhythm so to start again on spotify would add another level of stuff to do. Andreas J. said: Jared said: I've tried the Roll20 jukebox previously and the 20MB limit isn't enough for me. Are all your tracks larger than 20mb? What's their playtime? If you only have a couple of tracks that are over 20mb, you could try out to split one in half with some simple audio editor. Then upload both tracks & place them in a playlist and see if the transition between the cuts is noticeable or not. Ofc, this workaround probably make it impossible to use shuffle on playlists that have multiple "split" tracks, as parts could be played out-of-order. Another option could be to stream music through a Roll20 user, but might need to do some trickery to make an audio-stream from an app or browser-window to appear as an selectable mic on Roll20. There are programs to "fake" devices like a microphone or webcam so they can be used in other apps. You could try do it on your own account, or use a Dummy Account for the audio. I'm using tracks roughly 2-3 hours long, some are looping ambience types of songs and others which are mixture of combat type tracks. Cutting up would be a pain between the cutting and uploading into Roll20 jukebox. (Also I wouldn't want to break the roll20 agreement on uploading songs I don't own...) I'd call this a plan b as well with the amount of work that would end up being involved. Right now I'm leaning towards what your saying on the trickery with my sound card to output google chrome with youtube into discord or roll20.This way I wouldn't need to find new songs or spend however long cutting up audio and then uploading it. Thanks for the help so far, if anyone else has some advice it would be greatly appreciated.