Have you ever fancied creating you own online DIY radio station?
Its not as difficult as you might think and is really easy to setup.
Thanks to DJ-Johnny from the RadioDJ forums for this script, I’ve currently got it running on a local web server on my Linux box.
Its a simple but effective way to let listeners request songs which then land in the “Request Plugin” in RadioDJ
(Its in the disabled plugins directory move the .dll and .xml files to the plugins directory in RadioDJ and restart the program)
As most of my readers will know by now I prefer to run Virtual boxes on Linux rather than have a Windows OS directly on the computer.
For the last week or so I’ve not been able to get Windows 10 to play ball audio wise.
I’ve tried Virtual audio cables, Voicemeeter and just Windows speaker output and can I get through listening to a song without the audio stuttering or popping?
Can I heckers like!
Last updated on: August 22nd, 2017
at 11:16 AM Europe/London
Seen a few blog posts about a new feature that’s being rolled out on Facebook “Live Audio” aimed at podcasters and online radio broadcasters
Which will enable anyone to stream audio out from their phone/tablet/PC to anyone who want to listen to it. Listeners will tune in via a piece of HTML code that you have to activate on your page.
I’m sure Facebook will have tutorials on embedding it into your page/profile etc…
Spacial Audio have written another blog post about SAM DJ (Formerly SAM Party DJ)
They claim its great for mixing/beat matching with..?
Yes I thought that too!
Last updated on: July 13th, 2017
at 10:24 AM Europe/London