"Spacial Audio Can Go To Hell In a Handbasket!"
This is by far and away my most favourite comment that someone else has said about Spacial Audio.
It would appear to all intents and purposes that Spacial Audio do NOT like it when someone pulls them up about their lies in their blog posts.
Spacial Audio always seem to throw their toys out of the pram or bury their heads in sand when it comes to SAM Broadcaster and it’s major ISSUES!
It was the same on the SAM Broadcaster Forums back in 2010 time. If you dared to criticise or complain about the software you got shot down in flames.
Spacial Audio solutions LLC seem to think that they’re the only software makers in the world who have the magic touch when it comes to radio automation software.
“Spacial Audio may have had a monopoly on radio software 10/18 years ago, Sadly they don’t anymore!”
There is better Radio DJ radio software for free these days, with NO catches or hidden fees despite what Spacial Audio may try and claim in their blog posts.
We guess that’s what’s got them so rattled these days: The fact there’s a better free alternative.
“Spacial Audio is ran by people who couldn’t give a damn about the customer after they’ve purchased the software. They won’t enter into a debate about SAM Broadcaster and it’s issues & block anyone who dares to criticise them & their badly coded software”
Spacial Audio aren’t interested in the customer feedback or the software they are supposed to be coding. They only seem to care about the $$$ they make.
Again despite what Spacial Audio may say RadioDJ is also very reliable and stable. It works for days/weeks and even months without anyone keeping an eye on the software.
One user reported an uptime of over 12 months.
If download figures are to be believed we reckon they must be losing customers left right and centre to better free software such as RadioDJ!
We guess the smart broadcasters have now discovered how good RadioDJ is compared to SAM Broadcaster.
@DJGarybaldy RadioDJ hasn't thrown a single error for us since we started using it for our school in Dec of 2015.
Spacial Audio may well have been worth $59,000,000 (Based on the amount of copies of SAM Broadcaster they claimed to have sold worldwide)
We doubt they’re even worth a quarter of that these days, especially with the way Internet radio is heading!
Unless Spacial Audio change their attitude no one is going to want to buy their software with it’s bugs and other random crashing issues.
Also Spacial Audio need to start listening to the people who buy their software otherwise they won’t get very far as a company.
Last updated on: 21st July 2018
at 18:02 PM Europe/London