[RDD] RDLogManager

drew Roberts zotzbro at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 10:02:33 EST 2010

On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 9:31 AM, Tim Camp <timc at wnsp.com> wrote:
> In my experience that number is the total number of cuts played before the
> artist  repeats so if you're playing 15 songs in our in wanted a 2 hour
> separation it should be 30.

I thought that what he was asking is if traffic and other non-music
cuts count. It is not 100% clear to me from your answer if it does or
does not. You do say it is the number of total cuts which tends to
indicate that they do but they you give an example of 15 songs, 2
hours and a separation of 30 which only seems to factor in music into
the equation.

all the best,


> cheers
> On Nov 17, 2010 9:05 PM, "Gavin Stephens" <small.net.nz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Greetings all. Still running 1.7.2 here, Suse 10.0.
>> I have a question/observation clarification wanted regarding the log
>> manager title separation:
>> I've just started to notice (and just wish to confirm this is correct),
>> that if I have an event (scheduled music category) with minimum title
>> separation of say 15, does this mean 15 of the same event/category when
>> scheduled in a clock, or 15 of any other events prior to this one in the
>> clock?
>> I thought it meant a separation of 15 other carts for that particular
>> event/category. However I've noticed some songs coming up far to often
>> when that particular event is scheduled. Granted I only have about 28
>> songs in this particular category however they are all different artists
>> and my artist separation is 14 for everything in my clock. I've since
>> bumped the event title separation up to 38, and this seems to solve it
>> even though there is only 28 carts.
>> So is my observation correct, that the cart seperation number in the
>> event applies to all other events aswell when scheduled in a clock, not
>> just that particular event?
>> As you can see, I don't use a third party scheduler with RD yet, and
>> even though I've used Powergold, Selector and Natural Music to quite a
>> complex extreme, I'm really happy with my more simple approach in
>> RDLogManager. It does the job adequately enough for me for what I use it
>> for.
>> Cheers,
>> Gavin.
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