These days its hard to find a person who wouldnt enjoy listening to the radio. The only thing that irritates regardless to the radio station is that what they broadcast is not what we want to hear or would like to listen to. Well, how would you like the idea of creating your own radio station and broadcast just what you like, the way you like and at the time you like or even 24/7? All youd have to have for it is a computer, e.g., the one youre operating now, and the All Day DJ software.
All Day DJ can actually keep the show going 24/7, never getting tired. The news, commercial and playlist scheduler allows broadcasting the hourly news brief and short commercial insets along the play. Up to 9 instant players can be charged with the music (or programs) you like, and the continuous logging engine will keep the track of all whats been played in the main player.
The software supports the most common audio formats, including WAV, WMA, OGG, MP3 & AIFF compressed files and multiple sound cards. At the same time, its simple rotation system and automatic fading out feature on voice over an intro, accompanied by a friendly user interface allow even not skilled computer users to run the party at a high level.
Now you are just a few clicks away from your own media brand. Simply set up the show and just let it play.
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