Here you’ll find software that is useful in the radio studio, production booth, theatre/sports-ground, or just at home managing a music collection. Whether it’s a jingle/sound-effects application, broadcast logger, or even a studio clock/status display – there’s something here for community, commercial and internet broadcasters of all sizes.
DAC Cartwall – is for playing spontaneous items like jingles, sound-effects, news clips as well as music. Each “Set” offers 56 buttons per page, 10 pages and an unlimited number of Cartwall Sets giving you almost instant access to your audio. Have a set for each show, presenter or daypart – Buttons can play instantly or be loaded into a player for manual start/stop.
Whether it’s a home studio, radio station, outside event or even for spot-effects in the theatre – DAC is quick to learn and a joy to use. There’s even remote-start should you want to connect it to a mixer, a text log file of played tracks and even UDP remote-control.
Use a simple onboard soundcard or route each player to a separate device – even a cheap 7.1 soundcard gives you 3x stereo outputs. DAC is probably the most flexible and easy-to-use Cartwall software available…
Designed to run on a wall-mounted flat-screen, StudioScreen offers 2x stereo VU Meters, silence alert, large analogue clock and OnAir/Phone signalling plus a “now playing” display. It can also accept incoming UDP commands from a playout system allowing you to designate an LED to your “traffic flag” status or other alert status.
A cheaper “Basic” licence offers stereo VU Meter, Clock, Now Playing text and 1 “OnAir” LED. The Pro Licence adds another VU Meter, LEDs 2,3,4, UDP network/remote control, RSS news and weather temperature displays.
Both licences allow for simple control via fader-start/contact-closure via joystick or Vellemen K8055.
SureLog is an audio logging application for your radio station. It’s probably a condition of your licence to record your station’s output – so there’s no excuse not to have a logging system in place (preferably recording from an “off-air” tuner). You can even use SureLog as an easy way of grabbing your presenter’s links for podcasts and promos.
Audio is recorded to MP3/WAV format in continuous or hourly files as well as the ability to append a file each time a fader is opened – SureLog is the ideal “snoop” device!
There’s also dead-air logging, UDP remote control which allows you to start/stop the logging from your playout system and a free playback app for reviewing audio logs from another networked location.
SplitVT is designed for larger stations and those who run splits to different geographical areas as well as various platforms, eg: local AM/FM, regional DAB, online etc. Each of these outputs carry their own local commercials, but what about localised links such as weather or news updates?
Supporting up to 12 splits, it allows a presenter to record a voice-link into 1 (or more) split destinations – duplicating them if necessary. Timing display (countdown and progressbar) allow each “take” to be timed accurately and there’s a basic editor: top/tail, normalize, copy/paste.
For playout systems based on Cart Numbers, popular “carts” can be defined as presets making it really easy to fill a regularly used “split” audio cut. SplitVT works seamlessly with Myriad Network as well as RCS Zetta but is compatible with most systems.
This is a professional application so priced as such: Demo available to prospective users.