Certain sections of the Internet radio crowd do their best to knock me because I happen to promote free software over paid for solutions such as SAM Broadcaster/RadioBoss
There’s a reason I’m so passionate about RadioDJ free radio automation software.
“RadioDJ is the BEST piece of music automation software we’ve ever used”
We’ve used it since January 2011 now and don’t really have any issues with the software it chugs along all by itself day after day.
If there is an issue its usually computer hardware playing up (Hard drives are usually the main culprits)
RadioDJ does everything we ask of it from playing music to playing an Internet stream.
We don’t even have to interfere with RadioDJ we can just leave it alone to automate.
It’s allowed us to have the music collection catalogued the way we wanted it.
Another user hadn’t restarted his copy of RadioDJ v1.8.2 for 24 months. He only stopped it to upgrade to the latest version.
So RadioDJ may not everyone’s cup of tea, But we don’t know why people are so scared of a program that relies on a database server.
You should only need to do a little light housework, backing up and optimising from time to to time, Although its best to keep a daily database backup so that way you still have all your songs should the worst happen.
Although RadioDJ and its database rarely go wrong, It’s June 2014 since we last installed our RadioDJ database from scratch.
“Having a database also allows you to have some form of website functionality from what’s playing to listener requests”
When software works its a pleasure to use that piece of software. We don’t have any stress using RadioDJ!
“You can slate me all you want for me promoting RadioDJ but I’m NEVER going to apologise for being passionate about a piece of software”
We guess there are some people out there still scared of the words “Free radio automation software”
In the case of RadioDJ you don’t need to be afraid It makes radio and music automation FUN again!
Can you blame me for being so in awe of RadioDJ?
Last updated on: 21st August 2018
at 16:11 PM Europe/London