I looked at the Spacial Audio page on Facebook and couldn’t help but notice an angry SAM user venting about SAM Broadcaster.
“I have SAM Broadcaster Pro on two laptops neither will work because of constant crashing problems, I can not DJ because your software keeps letting me down plus I have had to shut down my radio station because of your software and its problems.
I don’t need any more of your quick (BUG) fixes, I really thought you had a quality product? Oh well lots of wasted money and time and opportunity”
If the worst happens and something should go wrong when installing or configuring software and you ask for help on the software manufacturers forum it might help if you supply details of any error messages or crash reports when you post.
RadioDJ .NET errors usually look like this. Though it’s rare to see one once the software is properly setup.
You copy the error message from the “details” window & paste that info onto the forums using the code tags (#) button at the top of the post builder.
In the unlikely event of the RadioDJ database going wrong due to a power outage it’s easily fixed using HeidiSQL
Saving your RadioDJ configuration settings is also easy you just backup the RadioDJ program folder to another location (USB Drive/External Drive) after you have all your settings the way you want them.
It’s rare for RadioDJ to actually crash or go wrong.
We can honestly say hand on heart that we’ve never had RadioDJ crash on us while recording a show/mix or even during a live show in the 5+ years since we discovered the program.
The smart DJ’s and radio station owners are now starting to steer away from using SAM Broadcaster.