Stop Promising The Earth.

Just seen a blog post on the Spacial audio website about SAM broadcaster 2014.

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There have only been 6 releases of SAM Broadcaster 2013. That works out at $50 a release and most of those releases have been riddled with bugs.

This time last year they were promising all sorts of things for SAM most of those promises simply haven’t happened.

I get a feeling that most of the loyal users of SAM Broadcaster have just about had enough of Spacial and their promises.

You know by now what my advice is. Don’t listen to Spacial audio and vote with your wallet. Simply don’t bother buying another licence for SAM Broadcaster 2014 and switch to RadioDJ instead which is FREE!.

I just wish Spacial would stop promising things they cannot deliver on.

SAM Broadcaster 2013

SAM Broadcaster 2013: It would appear peoples patience is fast running out with Spacial Audio.

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I would love to know what software this user has switched to.

We’re nearly at the end of 2013 and there have only been 6 updates of SAM Broadcaster 2013 and most of them have been failures.

It’s still the same old program with the same old bugs.

The only major addition this year was FLAC support.

Spacial want people to pay through the nose for what can only be described as a “Lazy” development team who don’t seem interested in getting SAM Broadcaster to work properly.

The fact they are still using Borland/Embarcadero Delphi to make SAM Broadcaster should be ringing alarm bells with everyone.

That’s why SAM broadcaster has so many bugs.

I urge people to STOP paying Spacial for SAM Broadcaster and switch to RadioDJ instead.

RadioDJ is a far better FREE alternative to SAM Broadcaster.

SAM Broadcaster Multiple Instances

SAM Broadcaster Multiple Instances

I saw a post on the SAM Broadcaster forums from a user saying they couldn’t run more than one instance of SAM Broadcaster.

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It seems the people who code SAM Broadcaster have stopped people from running multiple instances of the program on the same PC.

Even though those users have paid through the nose for the software.

The restrictions don’t end there either.

If you read the EULA (End User Licence agreement) you will soon realise Spacial Audio will only allow you the user to run 1 radio station per copy of SAM.

There is of course a simple and easy solution to this problem.

Switch to the better and free RadioDJ free radio automation software.

You can run as many instances of RadioDJ as you want providing your computer has enough RAM and processing power.

Make sure you give each instance it’s own SQL Database and folder and there should be no issues.

I know of one user of Radio DJ who is running 11 streams with 11 different instances of the program on one computer.

It is really time people woke up to just how bad Spacial Audio and their software limitations are.

Don’t pay for SAM Broadcaster you will regret it!

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