Since the latest release of PSMoz has recieved nearly 3000 downloads, I thought it might be time to move onto the broader iPod market.
I have an iPod myself, so transferring the audio file and editing the ID3 tags was a personal experiment. Whilst the iPod does not have speakers, it does have a high volume limit - sufficient for playing the PSMoz file through the earbud headphones (but please don't play the file at full blast with the headphones in your ears ).
How To Use (From the README File)
UNPACK THE RAR FILE TO YOUR MUSIC DIRECTORY.
DRAG THE FILE INTO ITUNES AND UPDATE YOUR IPOD.
TAKE YOUR STANDARD EARBUD HEADPHONES (LIKE THE ONES WHICH COME WITH THE IPOD).
MAKE SURE YOUR HEADPHONES ARE NOT IN YOUR EARS.
SELECT THE "REPEAT" FUNCTION IN THE IPOD SETTINGS MENU.
PLAY THE iMOZ FILE AND TURN THE IPOD VOLUME TO FULL.
LEAVE THE HEADPHONES IN AN EXPOSED POSITION (NOT IN YOUR EARS!)
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