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· Uncategorized

Same Artist Comes Up Too Much

Packeting and PlatooningAn Artist separation problem is the first scheduling problem most people encounter when they get MusicOne.  Or any other scheduler, for that matter. When an Artist is giving you problems, the first thing to do is to go to the Artists tab and run a Computed Separation on the singer.  See what is possible for the artist and…

Steve Warren

· Radio Drops

Radio Drops #8 - How to talk on the radio - pt.2

The Three Speaking ZonesPersonal: Your listener is three to ten feet away.You speak with a comfortable volume.Public: Your listener is on the other side of the room. Or, there are six or a dozen people in the room. You speak louder.Intimate: Your listener is very, very close and what you are saying is private. Two Examples: One Personal, One PublicHere are…

Steve Warren

· Radio Stuff

Links to the A.I. Toys

 ElevenLabs and SunoIn my recent posts I’ve had examples of A.I. created jingles and my voice replicant. That was was made at ElevenLabs.com. Here is a link to the site.     The jingle came from the ‘make a song about anything’ site Suno.com and here is a link.I’ve not put any time into the voice generator myself, but I did toy…

Steve Warren

· Radio Drops

Radio Drops #5 - The A.I. Jingle

A.I. Voices Aren’t Yet Human. Jingles are Close Enough.We are all actors. Not just us media people, all humans are acting out their own lives. We behave differently and we talk differently depending on the situation. We never, ever talk ‘perfectly’.  Yes, today’s audio technician geek can replicate a person’s voice well enough to fool 90% of people, but it…

Steve Warren

· Radio Stuff

The DAX system in the UK and EU

Internet Radio MonitizationI’ve been wondering why nobody’s done it before now. Well, that’s not quite right; there have been a few failed attempts. It’s always been obvious that we ought to aggregate internet streams into one big “network” for advertisers. If it costs an advertiser $25 to put his message into the ears of one thousand radio listeners in a…

Steve Warren

· Formatting

Sound Codes Used to Format Pre-Song Stagers

Schedule a Voice Track or Schedule A SweeperSituation:  You have two types of Stagers that you schedule before songs. Produced Sweepers (or Jingles) are to play before songs with Voice-Opens (like, Take A Chance On Me/Abba) and Dry-Voicers are to schedule next to songs with Intros (like, Mama Mia/Abba).  Then, the automation system will lay that voice track over the…

Steve Warren