I thought it was about time I did a post comparing RadioBoss against RadioDJ
For the past few years we’ve used Virtualbox to run Windows 7/10 on Ubuntu Studio so we could run RadioDJ..
For the most part its worked relatively OK but there were always issues I couldn’t quite put my finger on or fix.
Last updated on: 21st March 2018
at 14:55 PM Europe/London
Yes I’m aware this is another post about RadioDJ and how great it is BUT the fact is its far more stable and reliable than other expensive radio automation software which you can pay lots of $$$, £££ or €€€ for.
I discovered RadioDJ via a Google search around Nov 2010 but hadn’t used to its full potential until the fateful events of New Years Eve/Morning 2010/2011
We switched to using RadioDJ on the afternoon of 1st January 2011 after SAM Broadcaster went horribly wrong on us overnight while we were asleep.
Switching to RadioDJ was the best decision I have ever made when it came to software, It was easy to use once I configured its database and options.
Last updated on: 26th April 2018
at 15:54 PM Europe/London
I wrote a post a while back about Audio Issues I was having with Windows 10 on Virtualbox.
This morning I woke up, switched the PC on and saw there was an update for Virtualbox so I installed it and BOOM! the audio stuttering issues on Windows 10 seem to have gone away, although there is still the occasional blip in audio which I can live with (but it winds me up)
Last updated on: 28th March 2018
at 13:10 PM Europe/London
As most of my readers will know by now I prefer to run Virtual machines on Linux rather than have a Windows OS directly on the computer.
For the last week or so I’ve not been able to get Windows 10 to play ball audio wise.
I’ve tried Virtual audio cables, Voicemeeter and just Windows speaker output and can I get through listening to a song without the audio stuttering or popping?
Can I heckers like!
Last updated on: 26th February 2018
at 12:51 PM Europe/London
The search terms just keep a coming…
I guess by now the person who made that search will know the answer to that question.
Last updated on: 17th April 2018
at 14:37 PM Europe/London
A while back we started a little experiment and wrote a few blog posts to do with people wanting cracked copies of SAM Broadcaster.
So far the experiment has only confirmed what we thought anyway.
It seems there are many desperate people out there who want an illegal copy of SAM Broadcaster.
The results on Google Analytics were quite shocking when I started adding numbers up…
Last updated on: 19th January 2018
at 13:10 PM Europe/London
Saw this in among the search terms used on this website recently.
We’re guessing this person was trying to install a really old version of the software.
Last updated on: 12th February 2018
at 09:24 AM Europe/London