I found this, which almost works, but the iframe plays the music from the html5 version on top of the flash version if they're not on mobile...
That was their original idea, but their entire company is on IE8 which doesn't support Edge animations, so I had to create a flash version, but they want to have one link that can detect if the user has an iPad and have that push them to the html5 version.
Alright, I've got them talked into providing 2 links, one for the flash content and, at the bottom, another link directing iPad/iPhone users to the html5 site.
Now my issue is that the Edge animation has to have an audio file playing. Edge doesn't support audio, so I used the html5 audio tag and it works fine on the iPhone, but the iPad doesn't play any audio. After lots of looking around, it appears that the iPad will only play an audio file if the user clicks a button to play the audio. Is there a way to have the same button start the audio AND the animation??
Ah, bleeding edge technology...