I feel I need to clarify a few things to those people who keep demanding that I help them with RadioDJ setup issues.

I swear some people expect far too much from a free piece of software… It might help if they read the RadioDJ licence agreement

“This program is provided “as is” without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchant-ability and fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program is with you”

When something goes wrong with RadioDJ we don’t have to give technical help or advice… We do 99.8% of the time because we care enough about the software.

“Technical support may be provided via forum postings. While every effort is made to provided timely technical support no guarantees whatsoever are implied that technical support will be provided or that technical support, when provided, will be accurate”


Support for RadioDJ depends on volunteers and screaming or demanding for help is only likely to get you ignored.

I give up my free time to help people and every now and then I get one user who thinks its OK to scream, shout and sling abuse at me because they can’t get RadioDJ working.

Calling me a “loser” because I wouldn’t help you with RadioDJ is just bad manners. You started demanding help, you didn’t ask me nicely.

Please feel free to keep slagging me and RadioDJ off… After all you’ve used to the software for all of 10 minutes and it seems you expected everything to be up and running straight away.

Stop being a first rate idiot & you’ll find you might just get help and advice.

(Although don’t expect me to help you on the forums you blew that chance by being rude and obnoxious)

“By using RadioDJ software products you are automatically agreeing to and show that you have read and understood the terms and conditions contained within this Freeware Software License Agreement.

This Freeware Software License Agreement is then effective while you use and continue to make use of these software products. If you do not agree with our Freeware Software License Agreement you must not use our software products”

So feel free to use other software if RadioDJ isn’t doing what you want it to… We don’t have to give you help if we don’t want too.

P.S: The RadioDJ User Licence agreement isn’t the licence that allows you to stream a station, it only covers the workings of the software and its plugins.

You have to pay separately for a licence to stream in your country of origin. Unless you want to run the risk of being a Pirate but that could end up with you getting a large fine maybe even jail.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Last updated on: 27th July 2018
at 14:05 PM Europe/London