Tunetracker Radio Automation
Command Centre 5 / May 1, 2013
|Operating system||Haiku OS|
|Type||Radio automation software|
History Of TuneTracker[edit | edit source]
Tunetracker System radio automation software was originally created in the late 1990s - early 2000s by Dane Scott. Tunetracker ran on Be, Inc's operating system BeOS. The first commercial release was simply called "TuneTracker" and came with the radio automation program, a music scheduler called TuneStacker, and a background recording program named "TimeTracker." Also included were 24/7 jitter free playout, MakeMyDay, Lightning and LINE IN. Later came TuneTracker 2, and a commercial Traffic-enabled version called TuneTracker 2 Pro that also added satellite switcher control. In June 2006, a much more sophisticated version of TuneTracker automation called "Command Center" was released with a brand new look, and it has been updated and improved every year since. Command Center has many more features and available accessory products, a video training series, printed manual, remote broadcasting packages, and other enhancements. TuneTracker now runs on open source operating system Haiku OS.
Radio stations using Command Center[edit | edit source]
Hundreds of stations use Tunetracker.
Audio Engine[edit | edit source]
Tune tracker itself does not have a built in audio engine. Instead, the system uses a universal media player 'Soundplay'.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Radio : Planète Rap, Buck Sexton, Energy Stuttgart, Mike Adam (host)
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