[RDD] Two carts that go together
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Mon May 2 08:02:50 EDT 2016
As someone who spent more than two decades at WCRB in Boston, let me say
that you really want all four movements of a symphony together as one cut
on one cart.
If you want to play some movements separately, import them again and
assign them separate cart numbers. That's what we did. Yes, it means the
separately played movements will have their own broadcast histories in
addition to the history of the whole symphony; we found that was a lot
easier to live with than programming four movements in series every time
we wanted to play the piece.
Adobe Audition can import multiple cuts from a CD into a single .wav file,
even if Rivendell can't do that directly.
Trust me; you really don't want to have to assemble four movements of
Beethoven's fifth symphony every ime you want to schedule it.
Я там, где ребята толковые,
Я там, где плакаты "Вперёд",
Где песни рабочие новые
Страна трудовая поёт.
On Sat, 30 Apr 2016, Chris Howard - CBR wrote:
> Let's say I have an event called Symphony and I let the log builder
> take one of the carts from the Symphony group and schedule it for
> me, randomly.
> But some symphonies come to me with Movement A on a separate
> cart from Movement B. Most of the other symphonies come to me
> all on one cut.
> So I want to add these multi-cart symphonies to the library
> but I'd rather not have to open each one in Audacity and glob them
> I'm looking for a way for the log builder to know that
> Cart 1 (symphony x movement A) is always followed by Cart 2
> (symphony x movement B). I don't want to play them B-A.
> And I don't want random-selection-from-all-A followed
> by random-selection-from-all-B. Randomly select Symphony X,
> play A then play B, every time.
> It's sounding like there isn't an easy way.
> On 4/30/2016 1:57 PM, John Anderson wrote:
>> I have a condition where there are two carts loaded into the system.
>> I want to have the log generator always connect them together.
>> For example, one cart is Part A, and another cart is Part B.
>> I would like to be able to schedule this with the log generator
>> so that Part A is always followed by Part B without requiring my
>> exactly what is your scenario...what are you trying to accomplish?
>> for example, I frequently run a weather bed, with a local weather report, then into the next spot, simply by scheduling them back to back, (with the proper segue markers set)..is this similiar to what you want to do, or something else...
>> the devil is in the details, but we need more info..
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