Music 1 SE was developed for internet radio and background music providers. SE is based on the source code for Version 7, so it has a more advanced look-and-feel. SE is a buy-out software.
Clocks & Lineup
SE allows a maximum of 10 format clocks
The Hour Clock Lineup (aka: Day Format) is a grid with 24 slots, one for each hour of the day. In each slot, the clock to be used is clicked in. One clock may be used every hour of the day, or different clocks may be used in specific hours. Most webcasters need only one Hour Clock Lineup. The clocks used in each hour slot can be changed easily, so you can quickly make clock changes/replacements (point-and-click) in any hour slot before scheduling the next playlist. Most broadcast stations need at least three Hour Clock Lineups; one for weekdays, one for Saturday and another for Sunday, and many internet radio producers need multiple DayFormats, as well.
SE allows up to 40 Categories. No significant limit to the number of songs or units added to the categories.
Playlist/Log File Output
Music 1 SE makes only the common and simple .m3u-type playlist files that is used by the most popular webcasting playout systems such as SAM Broadcaster, OtsA/V, ProppFrexx, StationPlaylist Studio, TuneTracker, WinAmp, Windows Media Player, ZaraRadio etc. SE has a built-in interface for Live365 webcasters using the Live365.com locker system.
SE has a click-and-hear player so you can audition songs as you work with it.