When I started my blog I noticed that some blogs have music playing in the background. I did some research and soon discovered Sonific.com and immediately added it to my blog. I changed the music from time-to-time and loved checking in to read comments that you leave for me. During that time the music would play and I enjoyed every minute of it. Then Sonific had to go offline in order to avoid some type of litigation. Suddenly, the music died! I was perplexed and when I learned the reason I decided to join Playlist, as some of you have done. When I read your blogs you have such wonderful music and there are a lot of choices. I have tried and tried to sign up for Playlist. With no success. I registered and was promised an email with my password so I could participate. No email arrived. I checked my spam and quarantine site. Nothing from Playlist. I tried again and received the message that I was registered and only needed to enter my password to use their service. Nothing worked. I followed that with an email for help. They responsed that a password had been sent to me. They offered no help. I was told to check my spam service. I responded and told them I had already done that, to which they replied that my computer must be blocking them for some reason. Now I ask you - what to I do to figure this out and get music on my blog once again? Do you know?
I'm a musician. Music is my life. I was born singing! Well, not really, but I started singing very young. I play the piano and keyboard. I'm involved in music in my church and community. This is just not right. I need to have music playing. I can't stand the silence. Can you help me figure it out? I'll be forever grateful if you can tell me what to do to get the music started again. Help me bring the music back to life. Please!
Edited to add: I have tried setting up an account on Playlist with a different user name and password of my choosing. Now it tells me that my email address is already 'taken' so I can't set up an account. I think I'm going to have to give up and you may have to do what Lady Jane suggested - hum while reading my blog!