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Music Stations: What's your Genre?

Offline DJ Garybaldy

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Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« on: January 29, 2018, 02:38:49 PM »
As the topic of the subject says of the Music Stations using RadioDJ:  What is your Genre?

Do you have varied songs in your database if so how many songs/tracks in total in your database?

Put up a link to your website and listen links also please so we can have a listen.
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Offline FreerunMedia

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2018, 03:57:26 PM »
We at Radio 251 ( www.radio251.nl) are playing pop songs of all years starting from the 80's up to now. We are also doing a country program of 2 hours and another show that calls out to the country legends. Our Non-stop database contains little less than 17.000 titles, for live assist we have far more than that, i think around 20k or 25k titles.

( The URL is website and listen link together. )
URL: www.radio251.nl
Facebook/ twitter/ tunein.
If possible we run a Visual Radio setup on Facebook with OBS and NDI plugin.

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Database: MariaDB
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Stream client: B.U.T.T at Shoutcast V2.5 ( 128kbps @ 44k1 AAC+)
News: World News Company.

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2018, 11:08:08 PM »
RUOLradio.com is a CCM station playing primarily music with some other elements in the mix. We have just under 1,000 songs in our database. Although we only actively spin about half of that at any given time while the other half are resting.
RiseRadio.org // EncoreMediaSystems.com

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2018, 02:14:40 AM »
We at Funky Corner Radio http://www.funkycorner.it play only 70s (70%) and 80s (30%) from R&B, funk and disco with a bit of soul and reggae.

We have about 7000 songs in the database, maybe half of them with intro set and different sweepers according to the genre. About 1000 (I'm not sure) songs set with hook in and out.

4 shoutcast streaming at 192mp3, 128mp3, 128 AAC+, 64 AAC+ and a Icecast running OGG Vorbis at 96kb, plus some others I'm going to dismiss shortly.
We are also present on Twitter, Facebook and Tunein where we have reached 7.5k likes!
 
We run a central Nas on raid 1 with music and MariaDB on it and 2 pc, one for Radiodj (Intel I7 Win7 64bit 8Gb ram to go live and the other Intel I7 Win10 64bit 16Gb ram to edit and make experiment. At the moment still using 1.8.2 but testing the 2.0.0.3.

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We also play on Sunday the "Clive Brady Show", 2 times a week "Soul Funky Passion" one hour with very rare grooves never heard before (a collector sends to me his gems), 2 mixing sections on Friday and Saturday and other rotations during the day focusing on Philly Sound and top 100 funky songs.             
Funky Corner Radio
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Offline Anton

Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2018, 12:58:41 PM »
Power of Worship Radio play Gospel music 24/7 www.poweofworship.net
Streaming 128kbps mp3 useing  shoutcast.
We have about 700 songs in the database and about 100 sweepers, intro and jingles.
We also have about 29.5k followers on TuneIn 

OS:  Windows 7 64bit
Automation: RadioDJ 2.0.0.3
« Last Edit: March 02, 2018, 04:27:42 AM by Anton »

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #5 on: March 01, 2018, 01:06:53 PM »
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We also have about 29.5  followers on TuneIn 

How can you have half a follower?  ??? :hihi:
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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #6 on: March 01, 2018, 01:20:45 PM »
How can you have half a follower?  ??? :hihi:

It's probably 29.5K and it's a remarkable number!  :ok:
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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #7 on: March 01, 2018, 01:22:26 PM »
I realised that I was just having a bit of a laugh...

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Offline Chip Douglas Mosley

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #8 on: April 28, 2018, 05:37:19 AM »
Jukebox 92.7 plays Top 40 oldies from the 50s through the 90s. Our regular music catalog has over 5,000 titles. We play the songs you remember (and the songs those other stations forgot). We do daily special programs like the noon and midnight countdown, where the station plays the top 6 songs from this day on a given year in chart history, the Sixties @ 6, Saturday music spotlights and 70s Sunday. We also feature a program in the morning called "Rewind" from Bob Taylor Voice Productions, a 3 minute-ish feature of the people, places, events and music that shaped our world today.

Sprinkled through the day, Jukebox 92.7 features Twin Spins (two songs by the same artist), Then & Again (songs that were hits, then another artist re-recorded the song and made it a hit again), and Instant Replays.

Presentation is very foreground...lots of jingles, promos, bumpers, sweepers, and I use TTS to voice song intros and weather. It sounds a lot like Top 40 stations did back in the 60s and early 70s.

I get a lot of material from Fiverr.com (I get a lot of good stuff CHEAP!) including voicers, sonovox jingles, shouts and jingle sings. EDIT: I also get stuff from ImagingThing and Benztown Productions (an agreement through Live365.)

jukebox927.radiostream321.com ("We" is generic for "me," as I am the whole staff. :hihi:)

EDIT: As of July, 2019, my station is on Live365. And the website is www.jukebox927.com.
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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #9 on: April 29, 2018, 10:29:32 PM »
Back in 1971 a young boy heard the phrase "Detroit...Rocks Last Hope" and from that day his mind was set free. Frustrated with the corporate rock radio of today, that boy...now a grown man had enough! In 2017 TheElle.US was launched with the spirit of real FM from back in the day, when the DJ had the freedom to play what they wanted.

TheElle.US offers a musical experience in Blues, Metal, and Rock not played over the air. Were talkin' about raw, loud, and in your face. We have no experience, no corporate rules, no commercials, no salary, and won't play the same tunes over and over. Yes...AC/DC has more that just Back in Black.
Real Rock radio is about the love of the tunes and not the corporate ratings or playlist.
           
The station is TheElle.Us and we are...America's Rock Station

We have about 10,000 tunes and growing.

Website: www.theelle.us
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheElle.US/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheelleUs
Directories: TuneIn, Radionomy, Internet-Radio, Streaming Licenses

I would like to Thank all my brothers and sisters on the RadioDj forum. You have help me tremendously in getting my station up and running. I still have much to learn and know you will assist, thanks for your support.
 

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #10 on: November 06, 2019, 01:53:46 PM »
XperienceRewind plays 70s and 80s https://www.xperiencerewind.co.uk/ - Commercial Free with no DJ's or Presenters,
and my other station is XperienceRadio https://www.xperienceradio.co.uk/ which also uses Requests when there are no LIVE Broadcasts... XperienceRadio is more of a Club Dance Station.
« Last Edit: November 30, 2019, 11:37:52 PM by EmmaSts »

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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #11 on: November 30, 2019, 11:20:18 PM »
Pirate Radio America is primarily an over-compressed 80s pop radio station with the occasional classic 70s tune mixed in and sometimes when I feel like it, I change the rotation up to have rock, or disco, or country. Since the only listeners are my wife and my Mom it seems like I am safe to do essentially whatever.  :D

Hence the title "You NEVER KNOW What You're Gonna Get!" on the Pirate.

As of this posting, I am running v2.0.1.5 Beta and my external stack of audio processing running through my SUPER SWEET Arrakis 6 port console - one stream to Shoutcast via
http://s4.myradiostream.com:7232/listen.mp3 myradiostream.com, and the other to my http://streaming.live365.com/a76983 Live365 account
Pirate Radio America - You NEVER KNOW what you're gonna get!
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Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #12 on: January 02, 2020, 12:45:20 AM »
Just got RadioDJ installed today, and in the process of importing 34,000+ songs. Mostly rock, classic rock, triple A, and alternative rock. A few hundred specifically 70's and 80's, and a few thousand Adult Contemporary. The newest songs are just turning 12 years old, so all are more or less 'oldies'.

Re: Music Stations: What's your Genre?
« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2020, 08:26:39 AM »
Rusty Spear Radio is an alternative channel, leaning more towards the 'chill' side of the alternative spectrum as opposed to heavy/hard rock.

New & self-released artists make up the majority of the 2,000+ song database, carefully selected for high sonic quality and appeal.

The database is varied, deep cuts from the likes of Frank Zappa & Pink Floyd season the database by way of the 'light' category.

The audio is processed by an Omina 6.