Connecting Spaces data to a Docker-installed Azuracast app Station Media folder

Before I navigate the whole new learning curve and cost of using Spaces, I would like this question below answered:

Assuming I have a Spaces bucket called MYAUDIO that has a varied subfolder structure of media files, primarily MP3, how do I make this folder structure “visible” to serve as a source of audio files for my Azuracast radio stations’ Media (Music) access?

=== In sum, how do I get a Docker-installed version of Azuracast to “see” and access the hypothetical MyAudio [Spaces storage] and its subfolders for Azuracast Media use? ===

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Hi there,

You can do that by adding an S3 new storage location to your Azuracast installation.

To do that you can follow the steps from the official documentation here:

This also includes instructions for Digital Ocean Spaces.

Hope that this helps!