What is RadioDJ?
RadioDJ is a studio automation program made for use by any DJ or radio station anywhere in the world.
You could even run multiple Shoutcast/Icecast radio stations if you wanted using third party virtual audio cables (VACS).
It can also be used as a home entertainment system for music, which is what we currently use it for.
Is RadioDJ really free?
Yes! It’s 100% free with no nasty hidden fees or catches despite what certain software/hosting companies try to claim
No keys, activations or patches needed to work the full program.
Although eventually there will be a Paid for version of the software. The free version will still be available to those who need it.
Will RadioDJ work on Windows 10?
Yes RadioDJ works great on Windows 10 with very few issues. Unlike other radio automation programs that have “compatibility” issues.
What are the minimum specifications to run RadioDJ on a PC?
RadioDJ isn’t resource intensive so will run on hardware with 1GHz CPU and 1GB RAM, but hopefully your system will have a bit more than that to ensure everything runs smoothly.
RadioDJ v1.8.2 had a rock solid proven record breaking uptime of over 24 months.
We would call that reliable wouldn’t you?
Where can I download Radio DJ software from?
You can download the latest full version by clicking below
Install the SetupRadioDJ2.exe file as you would any other program to C:\RadioDJv2
What technology does it use?
It runs with Microsoft .NET (At least .NET 4.6.1) and a MySQL server. We recommend Maria DB for this, which is a fork of the popular MySQL database.
A quick tutorial on how to install Maria DB can be found here
If you have successfully installed MariaDB and checked to see if it’s running as a service via task manager (mysqld.exe) then you can proceed onto installing the database.
Inside the Radio DJ folder you will find a folder called “Setup” inside that there is a file called “DatabaseSetup.exe” Right click and open you should be on this screen.
Enter the details for your SQL server.
- MySQL server = 127.0.0.1 or just localhost.
- MySQL database = Usually this is just “radiodj”
- MySQL username = Default user is usually “root”.
- MySQL password = The password you chose when setting up the SQL server.
After you have filled in the details of your SQL server click on Install database. if you entered the settings correctly you should then see “MySQL server online”
If all has gone to plan you can start using RadioDJ and start importing tracks.
Still need a little help?
If you need any further help with setting up RadioDJ, you can find help on the community forums.
Last updated on: January 2nd, 2018
at 12:31 PM Europe/London