Tunetracker Radio Automation
Command Centre 5 / May 1, 2013
|Operating system||Haiku OS|
|Type||Radio automation software|
History Of TuneTracker
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
Hundreds of stations use Tunetracker.
Tune tracker itself does not have a built in audio engine. Instead, the system uses a universal media player 'Soundplay'.
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