Here’s a secret that on-air radio pros know: its all about the listener. Most internet radio broadcasting software was created by geeks – and it shows.
Geeks want to tinker and adjust everything. Look at their screen shots: there are buttons and lights and extra widgets everywhere – lots of geeky features! Their software looks like it was designed for going to Mars by NASA rocket scientists.
Radio pros know that’s all a distraction. Most radio stations have two buttons the announcers use while they are live: The one that turns on the mic, and the one that starts the next song. After the break, the software needs to help you get the next song or commercial ready. Everything else just gets in the way.
The DJB Button Box systems look simple, but there’s a lot of power inside. Like an advanced library database that’s all drag and drop. Built in auto scheduling if you want. An auto play system that can segue between cuts automatically so you can start it and walk away. And a lot more that you can read