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ARAS (software)

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ARAS - A Radio Automation System
Developer(s)Erasmo Alonso Iglesias
Initial release2007
Stable release
2.10 / December 29, 2014; 6 years ago (2014-12-29)
Written inC
    Operating systemLinux
    Available inEnglish
    TypeRadio automation software
    LicenseGNU General Public License v3[1]

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    ARAS (A Radio Automation System)[2] is an open source radio automation system. It is composed of a daemon player, a player and a recorder. It is configurate by means of a configuration file, a schedule file and a block description file. A log file records the data about the scheduler operation.

    ARAS uses the multimedia library GStreamer as base for both playback and recording the radio shows. Because of this, it is able to play a variety of multimedia formats, as well as receiving contents from both local files and internet streams.


    ARAS supports ALSA, JACK Audio Connection Kit, OSS, OSS4 and PulseAudio. In addition, it offers the possibility of sending its output as PCM audio to a file or to a special file. Other features include:

    • Playback of a great variety of a large number of multimedia formats
    • Receiving contents from files or internet streams
    • Time signal
    • Interval signal
    • Blocks composed of a single file, a playlist, a set of random files, a single random file and two interleaved blocks
    • Fade out in the ending of the blocks
    • Flexible or inflexible transmission scheduling


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