RadioDJ Colour Editor (v2.0.0)

RadioDJ Colour Editor: Because everyone has a favourite colour?!

The new version of RadioDJ v2.0.0 allows you to change the colour scheme of your layout in RadioDJ.

Not a lot to say other than it allows you to choose colours in RadioDJ.

It can take some time to get the layout exactly as you want it, But the work will all be worth it

If you know the HTML HEX Colour you can enter it as the RGB values.

Just make sure as soon as you’ve set the colours how you want them click on Save.

Tip: The colour schemes are saved in the “styles” folder it currently uses just default.sch at present, once you have your scheme the way you want it backup the RadioDJ folder

 
Happy Colouring! This is a better feature than skins IMHO

RadioDJ Folder Sync Tool (v2.0.0)

The new version of RadioDJ v2.0 now has a nifty little tool so you can sync your music folders to their correct genres.

You just set which folder you want it to synchronise if you’ve recently added music to that folder and you want it in the category you want it in.

There isn’t a great deal to say about it other than it “Synchronises Folders”

I know I’m going to find it a useful tool because I regularly update my music files.

RadioDJ v2.0.0 Released

So RadioDJ v2.0.0 is out… Hurrah!

Its been a long time since v1.8.2 was released and that’s performed like a star ever since

RadioDJ V2

OK so I’ll be honest with you I had a sneak preview of the latest version (Ain’t I a Stinker?) and all I can say my goodness it has some new nifty features.

With this version come features such as User access control, Colour changer, Folder sync tool and a whole plethora of new event features too.

We just hope you enjoy using this new version as much as we’ve enjoyed testing it.


Download RadioDJ v2.0.0.1

You can download the new version of RadioDJ from the RadioDJ website

Last updated on: December 31st, 2017
at 10:06 AM Europe/London

Virtualbox & Windows 10 Audio Issues (Finally Fixed?)

I wrote a post a while back about Audio Issues I was having with Windows 10 on Virtualbox.

This morning I woke up, switched the PC on and saw there was an update for Virtualbox so I installed it and BOOM! the audio stuttering issues on Windows 10 seem to have gone away, although there is still the occasional blip in audio which I can live with (but it winds me up)

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The Best Little Record Shop – Record Village (Scunthorpe)

When I started out as a DJ in 1987 I had a choice of several places in Scunthorpe to buy records from.

Our Price, Woolworths, WH Smith, Boots but my favourite record shop of them all was Record Village a small independent record shop that was just amazing

Record Village opened around 1976 and had 3 shops at one point, the main one 133 High Street, 49 Wrawby Street in Brigg and a small shop at 13 Collum Lane Ashby.

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I Re-Start My Sam Broadcaster Every Couple Of Weeks

Just seen a post from a long time user of SAM Broadcaster who stated that he restarts his copy of SAM every couple of weeks.

“I always re-start my SAM every couple of weeks, or at least, once a month”

 
Excuse me a minute while I laugh… HA!

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Last updated on: December 14th, 2017
at 15:31 PM Europe/London

The Future Of Streaming: Only For The Rich?

I’ve read an article about the SoundExchange Royalties Going Up for Webcasters in 2018…

>> Link to article <<

So, for all streaming in 2018, nonsubscription webcasters will pay a per performance royalty of $.0018 instead of this year’s $.0017. For subscription streams, the rate will increase to $.0023, an increase from $.0022 per performance rate.

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Last updated on: December 13th, 2017
at 21:28 PM Europe/London

Virtual Audio Cables

(Virtual Audio Cables)

This program enables you to route the audio from your automation program to the encoding program without the need for a sound card.

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Last updated on: December 15th, 2017
at 11:18 AM Europe/London

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