The latest newsletter from Spacial Audio is about people using their products illegally.
Despite the easy access to reliable streaming options, there continues to be an increase in the use of unlicensed or pirated software globally, even in streaming software.
The trade in illegal copies of SAM Broadcaster shows no sign of slowing down either. I see lots of searches on my Google analytics dashboard daily/weekly with people looking for a version of SAM they want to pirate.
Spacial Audio point out in the newsletter IF: GN3EF-S*QKH-2S4FJ-3*CSD-AYVM3 is your SAM v422 Key…
Then its a Pirated Copy which could have been altered to add Malware or Trojans.
Malware is the last thing you need on your computer it could steal credit card details or give hackers access to your ID.
Why You Should Not Use Unlicensed SAM Broadcaster Software?
Pirated software refers to the act of illegally using, copying or distributing software without ownership or legal rights, and some DJs, continue to use unlicensed software many times without knowing it.
Pirated versions of SAM Broadcaster can cause the computer to become unstable and experience frequent crashes.
I just don’t see the fascination with people wanting to pirate a piece of software that is quite frankly awful.
WHY Pirate SAM Broadcaster Pro? When Radio DJ is available for free.
You don’t need that crappy buggy lame version of SAM Broadcaster 4.2.2
SAM Broadcaster (Pro) really is the PITS when it come to radio playout software.
It has no place in a radio studio or in a hobby broadcasters bedroom. Its flaky at best when you own a legit copy.
Radio stations won’t take you on if your copy of SAM Broadcaster (Pro) is pirated. It also makes you look like a COMPLETE Amateur.
You’ll find your computer will crash less if you use software such as RadioDJ. Just remember to get rid of all the SAM Broadcaster crap off your PC first!
Plus RadioDJ doesn’t require activating or any keys in order to UNLOCK the full benefits of the software.
RadioDJ is being used by stations all over the world for their output.
One user even announced an uptime of over 4 years with this copy of the software.
Last updated on: 21st March 2020
at 20:12 PM Europe/London