Welcome to our Audio page. The images above are linked to larger sized
images of these events and a short audio piece.
To play audio files you will need a sound card installed on your PC and an
audio player that supports the MP3 format.
Internet Explorer users with the latest Windows
Media Player will find that the audio piece will automatically start playing after you
have selected an image above. A control will be displayed which allows you to stop,
play or change the volume of the sound.
Choppy audio: If you experience interruptions in the audio, you may
have a slow modem connection. A workaround is to pause the audio file by
hitting the stop button (a square), wait about a minute and then
re-start the audio by hitting the play button ( a triangle). By
doing this you are giving your audio player some time to download the
AOL and Netscape users can download an audio file by
clicking on a link below. Once the file has been downloaded you may need to open the file
with your audio player.
If you do not have an audio player that supports MP3 format, you will need
to download one. So far we have found Microsoft's Windows
Media Player, MusicMatch's JukeBox, and
NullSoft's WinAmp to be good choices.
|Opening chant at a celebration
Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center (RVC) of New York
||MP3 Audio File Size