Disney World theme park audio and music are not exactly available in stores, so you’ll likely have to go to a streaming internet fan site to hear it. How do the station owners get it? They’re not saying, but however they find the music, it’s not easy. Be sure to tell them how much you appreciate what they do for us.
We preferred stations that stream through their own site, not on Live 365. Unless you have a Live 365 VIP membership, you’ll have to listen to periodic advertisements. Subsonic, and Utilidors stream through their own site and MouseWorld offers it as an option. All of the stations we recommend are free.
We would prefer that longer tracks were broken up so we don’t have to listen to something we don’t like for too long. As much as we like the Subsonic Instrumental Channel, it plays Epcot’s China Pavilion music, which is an acquired taste, and it’s over 40 minutes long!
Streaming Disney Park Audio from your iPhone:
We love the MouseWorldRadio iPhone app. It seldom looses connection, and most of the time it identifies the current track. For those who have Live 365 subscriptions, you can download the Live 365 app. If not, you can still download it but it’s free only for 5 days. After that, membership fees apply. If you’re technologically inclined, you can download the fstream app from iTunes but that technology is being phased out.
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