[JPL] Looking for library & or currents software???

B.H. Hudson bhhudson at nccu.edu
Wed Jul 12 07:51:54 EDT 2006

thanks arturo. has anybody on the list used or is currently using music master scheduling software?
B H Hudson
Asst. P.D./Music Director
P.O.Box 19875
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham NC 27707

>>> "Arturo" <arturo893 at qwest.net> 07/11/06 4:46 PM >>>


This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton's MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN


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Thanx to our extraordinary volunteer IT and sub-host George Peck, we have
now a new system for entering new arrivals into our library and if needed
currents rotations at the same time. george installed Catraxx software and
customized it to our needs. In less than 90 seconds I can enter a new
arrival into our library and select the tracks for current play, add our
library number and make any necessary annotations. We also have been able to
scan CDs directly into our daily playlist without entering them manually,
for over 80% of the CDs played thanks to George Peck.

If any of you all want info on either of these 2 software programs or other
related items, let me know and I'll put you in contact with George Peck.

Arturo Gómez
Music Director, jazz89KUVO
The Oasis In The City
Colorado's First HD FM Radio Station
Celebrating 10 Years of Live Performances!
2006 & 2005 Jazz Station of the Year!!


This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton's MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN


A sinfully sultry mix of originals and standards'' is what JazzTrenzz reviewer Karl Stober had to say about composer/pianist Lisa Hilton's latest release, 'MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN', (Ruby Slippers Productions).  Inspired by a late New York night, she has once again created a recording full of evocative moods, strong melodies and expressive arrangements.  Creating a new band  for these sessions, 'Midnight In Manhattan' also features famed Brubeck saxman Bobby Militello, John Friday on drums and long time bassist Reggie McBride.  Eighteen-time Grammy winning engineer/producer Al Schmitt recorded and mixed with Hilton in Studio A/Capitol Studios keeping a natural sound that compliments the straight ahead tracks. 

Trained in contemporary and classical piano, Hilton contemplated jazz greats for inspiration.  ''I've always been inspired by the melodies of our great American songwriters of the 30's, the rhythmic hooks of classic jazz of the 50's and a bit of our blues from the South'' comments Hilton, ''but I do think that jazz can be inspired by this musical heritage and still sound cool today.''

Hilton's music continues to earn numerous awards and honors.  Her music is distributed by Navarre and is available at most retail and online stores.  Her website is: www.lisahiltonmusic.com. 


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