[JPL] Music Programming software....
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Tue Sep 4 23:40:30 EDT 2007
Thank you Blaise,
I appreciate your sharing....
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From: "Blaise Lantana" <blaise.lantana at riomail.maricopa.edu>
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Subject: RE: [JPL] Music Programming software....
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> Hello Bobby,
> We use Selector and it does a good job of doing what I tell it to do.
> Not being tech savvy, I am probably not using it to its full potential but
> it does a good job of arranging my hour the way I want.
> We only use this for programming a schedule to view, and then I find and
> play the CDs from our music library; I know some people are going directly
> into an audio vault file with this but we are still on CDs.
> I like that I can have different clocks for different hours and then I can
> arrange the clock in one particular hour to have more classics or more new
> material or fewer vocals.
> I also have Christmas clocks and holiday clocks and music coded to fit
> which has been great for the different seasons.
> At first I wasn't too excited about using a computer program but it is so
> much better than just my brain because I can write in *Love* and it will
> pull up every song with that word in the title. With so many titles in a
> jazz library it remembers things I might overlook. I can also access
> material according to artist, so it will pull up all the Coltrane in the
> library, even stuff he is a side man on if I have entered his name on the
> tune. This has been really helpful for my 9 O'clock Special, where I
> feature a different artist or topic every night.
> I can also pull up everything in a category, so if I don't feel like
> Ella I click on K and everything in the vocal categories comes up. You
> could also separate this Male and Female vocal if you want to put that
> the code.
> It is easy to change and I'm always adjusting the show up until the last
> minute and on rare occasions will take a request and fit that in as well.
> There is a J for juggle and I can switch a tune to the next hour for a
> in that hour.
> Our webmaster has The Selector program set up to go directly to our
> so that when I change something on the program it will show up on the web
> and people can access our play list to find out what they heard.
> The hardest part was the entering of everything and figuring out how I
> to code things. We still have to enter new material with all the codes,
> I have a very good assistant to do that.
> Looking forward to hearing about others using this and other systems,
> Blaise Lantana
> Music Director
> KJZZ Phoenix
> Streaming at kjzz.org
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