DRS 2006 2.5.2
by Dipl.-Ing. Mark Weishaupt
(Dipl.-Ing. Mark Weishaupt Website)

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Operating System: Windows Vista/XP/2000
File Size: 24.5 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
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Purchase Price: Standard $69.00, Pro Package $549.00

System Requirements:

Celeron 300, Windows Media Player, DirectX

Last Updated: 2008-06-08
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Tags : broadcast | playlist | radio | mp3

Software Description

The DRS 2006 Software Packages are complete radio automation systems. Now you can turn your PC into a powerful music machine without buying expensive hardware. No need to buy two or more sound cards or hardware mixers to get all the mixing and production tools you need to create a professional on the air program.

With DRS 2006 you will be sounding like the big guns in minutes and will have a sound that will turn the heads of other stations and your listeners on!

DRS 2006 was not only made for radio stations, it is perfect for dance clubs, mobile DJ's, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, and home users will enjoy this software equally as well. DRS 2006 is only limited by your imagination. The intuitive layout is so easy and familiar that you will be working like a pro in minutes.

Numerous magazines, TV shows and clients around the world are celebrating this software as the new truly affordable radio automation software for anyone who likes music. Quite simply this is pure power. If you haven't downloaded the demo, do it now and get ready for pure enjoyment. This is the way automation should be.

Now exclusively including the DRS 2006 Internet Broadcaster with mp3PRO streaming support.

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DRS 2006 V3

Is this a dead product and is their a lawsuit. I am still using 2.11 and have hit a wall with this software with music shuffle and going live on air.

DRS 2006 v3.0 is vaporware

DRS 2006 version 3.0 have been in "beta testing" for -three years-. The beta test site is updated maybe once every six months. Maybe. This is a dead product.

Still no 3.0

DRS2006 has been selling version 2.1 for years with the promise of a free upgrade to version 3.0. Version 3.0 has been in "beta" since sometime in 2002 and it's still not done. My advice is to choose another product.

Re: DRS 2006 v3.0 is vaporware

: DRS 2006 version 3.0 have been in "beta testing" for -three years-. The beta test site is updated maybe once every six months. Maybe. This is a dead product.

DRS Lawsuit

DRS encourged users to buy the their product with the false promise of a free upgrade to the Enterprise product. This has been deemed to be false advertising and an unethical practice. While this is a great product, we have undertaken to file a class action lawsuit. The goal of the suit is to encourage owners to finish the promised product. If that does not occur within a specified period of time, then the appropriate steps will be taken to acquire for each member the original money spent for the Professional package along with compensation for time spent waiting for a promised product when stations could have advanced to another product. If you feel that you would like to be a part of this lawsuit, please contact our agency.

Further Delays

The beta testing goes on. With Vista having come and gone, now the developers are promising beta for Windows 7. When asked to provide some sort of date as to when the six-year beta test might end, the response was:

"I will not give out any roadmap for V3 anymore"

production software

This is the most exciting website I've ever ran across! I'll be starting radio production internship very soon and I know this site will be burning on my computer!

Thanks

More info on D.R.S 2006 Software

Please I would like to know if the D.R.S 2006 Software has the ability to tune to a radio(f.m) frequency and give a tramission certificate at the end of the day.My company advertises on 4 local fm stations and it is increasingly becoming difficult to monitor all the ads at the same time.We will place our order as soon as we get the confirmation.Thanks

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