timc at wnsp.com
Wed Sep 30 15:05:32 EDT 2009
Michael Papsdorf - DD-Radio Chefredakteur/Admin wrote:
>> If you want this to sound good, you will end up manually setting segue
>> markers on every song.
>> Some songs end cold, and a jingle or sweeper coming in 3 seconds early is
>> going to be a train wreck.
>> If your goal is an automated station that sounds like there's a real person
>> manning the controls, then you need a real person to set the segue markers
>> on every song in your library, making the artistic judgement of where the
>> next element should begin, just as if he or she were sitting at the console
>> pressing the buttons.
>> If you really don't care how it sounds, then I guess you could go with a
>> global segue point. But it will sound sloppy on every title with a cold
> Songs are chosen and edited to make that sound good. I only get a
> folder with LOTS of songs to import. And those need to be played that
> way. Management wants it that way - all I have to do is to make it work.
I agree with John, however it that's what you want, do this
Set up a folder to use as a drop box and use rdimport from the command line.
dump all your songs in the drop box folder and away you go.
for all the possible settings you may want to include, the main one you
are looking for however is
and don't forget the -drop-box setting.
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