Old 17th June 2014, 16:27   #1
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Web based DJ software

Hey all,

I'm looking for some software that would allow remote DJ's to build programs. But here's the catch that I can't seem to get over. I need them to be able to record the breaks like they were in the studio.

Several web based programs have the ability to build programs, but they can't record anything within the browser. I'd have to train the DJ's to use a second piece of software, and manually upload their comments. That's a big pain, particularly for volunteer DJ's. Add on that they could be using Win, Mac, or Linux at home, and it just become a mess.

I'd like a server package (or a service even), that would allow them to start a new program, add a few songs, record some comments, add some more songs, more comments, save the program, and be done. Nothing fancy is required.

Is anyone else doing anything like that currently?

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Old 18th June 2014, 20:38   #2
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The Closest thing you can use is LiveWebDJ http://livewebdj.com but you have to hurry and add the uploaded voice track to the list before the song is over. LiveWebDj does this automatically through Flash Player. I don't like that it don't allow enough time for an Album Rock station to do the artist - title - album of say 5 past songs. You have till the song ends to get your comments recorded and upload it to the cue list. If that don't help you sorry but I've found nothin g that allows you to just use web software and do a whole show without paying for automation software.

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