Sam Broadcaster Bad SQL!

SAM Broadcaster Bad SQL!

We keep seeing posts on the Spacial Audio Facebook pages and forums from people saying that their queue list table within MySQL has crashed and is corrupted.

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Last updated on: July 19th, 2017
at 15:34 PM Europe/London

Windows 10 Developer Preview

Today I’ve been busy testing the Windows 10 developer preview.

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So far the results have been good it seems to handle rather well. It doesn’t seem as fiddly or as annoying as Windows 8 was.

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Last updated on: May 31st, 2017
at 16:27 PM Europe/London

Why So Unfriendly?

Why So Unfriendly? That is the current question I am asking myself.

I’ve been a DJ for over 30 years now. I’ve never had an ego just a passion.

I’ve always just been ME and got on with the job in hand! Whether that was a Wedding, Birthday or even a Funeral…

I’ve always had issues with other DJ’s thinking they were better than me which really got on my nerves.

(Yes Jamie & Matt I mean you!)

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Last updated on: September 13th, 2017
at 15:59 PM Europe/London

Spacial Audio Magically Disappearing Posts

Spacial Audio Magically Disappearing Posts (Abracadabra)

Don’t bother complaining to Spacial Audio via their Facebook pages. It appears that who ever is in charge of managing the pages doesn’t know how to deal with complaints.

Posts magically disappear before they can be seen by people.

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Last updated on: May 31st, 2017
at 16:30 PM Europe/London

Sam Broadcaster Crossfade Problems

SAM Broadcaster Crossfade Problems

As hard as I tried over the years I could never get SAM Broadcaster to transition smoothly between songs.

“This happened with every version of the software from 2.7.9 through to the newer versions. So it’s not just a problem confined to one version of SAM Broadcaster but every version of it”

 
Even the default settings would cut the end of a song off.

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Last updated on: July 18th, 2017
at 11:34 AM Europe/London

Standalone Vs Built In Encoders

Stand alone vs Built In Encoding software?

When it comes to automation software do you pay $$$ for a program that has encoders built in or do you use a standalone encoding program along side the automation software?

I know personally that I prefer a standalone piece of encoding software as I could never get the built in encoders in certain pieces of software to stream properly (Lots of buffering messages)

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Last updated on: August 2nd, 2017
at 14:58 PM Europe/London

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