I am using Twine 1.4.2 and Sugarcube 2.
I will preface with the fact that I have a very rudimentary understanding of HTML and CSS and Twine's limitations/abilities.
I've been hunting for a way to put a music player into my twine story, in the same style of some Tumblr blogs and old myspace pages (a la https://www.wikplayer.com/). It doesn't seem possibly with the generic embeddable players. I feel like I got pretty close with this method using an iframe but it wasn't quite right for my needs. It can't be embedded in just one passage, it has to persist over the entire Twine story.
Is this feasible? Or should I simply scrap this goal and put my audio into Twine the old fashioned way?
I put this project on pause to work on bigger things. I know of Sugarcube's audio macros, they're quite nice, I've used them in past projects.
My goal was pure aesthetics-- the theme of the project was to really replicate the feeling of being on a personal page like myspace or tumblr in a visceral way. My temporary solution was simply to create a graphic of an audio player but continue to use macros. But having an embeded audio player would have been a nice layer of authenticity. I like the idea of the reader being able to interact with a playlist right on the screen.
I'm progressively getting better in Twine, and at understanding and writing html & CSS, but this little thing might be slightly too ambitious for my skill level right now.