Thanks for the reply John, I will be using a Windows 2000 Server. I'll try to clarify.. my goal is to have: 1) Users (with a microphone attached to their computer) record an audio file to their hard drive by using my website interface. Then once they've recorded the file. It is converted to MP3. 2) My website then takes that MP3 and adds it to (Layer 1, Frame 1) of a FLASH file (with the STREAM property). Where the audio ends in the flash file a KEYFRAME needs to be created to give the "stop()" actionscript. Then a SWF must be created of that FLA. 3) The FLA is then deleted. The SWF is saved on my web server to the Users login area, where it is embedded into a webpage template. 4) Each user is given their own dynamic URL. ie http://www.example.com/id=12342 that is created from the template in STEP 3. When someone visits that users URL, their SWF (which is just a flash file containing audio and no graphics) is played for the new visitor to hear. Hopefully that's a little clearer. I have absolutely NO idea how to go about doing this. I will be doing a large amount of the site coding in ASP. Any assistance would be wonderful. Regards Tim Burgan ----- John's Message ----- I'm not clear on the goal, sorry. An ASP/HTML page is a document, not an application... I'm guessing you might be looking at doing some SWF manipulation within an ASP server, but I'm not sure. > Specifically, I want users on my site be able to select an > audio file which they like, and I want to be able to take that > audio file (WAV) and IMPORT it into layer 1 frame 1 of a SWF. That's also ambiguous for me too, sorry. Chris had some suggestions. That word "import" leads me to suspect you're thinking about choosing a file from the visitor's local file system, but I'm not sure of that. That specificity of "layer 1 frame 1" also makes me wonder whether you're trying to actually physically construct a new file, rather than just letting people choose what they want to hear.