rockmanac wrote:I think Marquette Radio is using Raduga now.
I had to deal with CartWorks while I was there. I sure hope they let the Marquette Radio people go "Office Space" on the boxes when they were retired. About the only good piece of hardware in them were the audio cards.
Seriously, DTG Xe had better documentation than CartWorks, and Xe came with NONE! (Not joking, no documentation came with Xe when my station initially got it.) Gah! I spent WAY too much of the summer between Sophomore and Junior year trying to figure out how to get CartWorks to run music by itself from a playlist so that we could have automated music when there was no DJ in the booth.
We're using Station Playlist at 2 LPFM's I'm associated with and they and I love it!!! Can't beat the features for the price!
tmesser wrote:I see there are a couple fans of StationPlaylist Creator/Studio in here. I was considering RCS PLAYER101 for reviving an Internet stream, but it seems like StationPlaylist would give me more bang for the buck. Do I need a beefy machine to run it? I'll have mostly voicetracked content but intend to do an occasional live show. Is using an external console going to complicate matters significantly?
Deep Thought wrote:Were they actual drums that rotated like a dryer (carousel) or were they carts on an oval track (go-cart)? The former was my nemesis in 1981. Eight of the little b*stards. I'm lucky to still have all my fingers.
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