PartyDJ v9.3.0.1
by ColakSoft
(ColakSoft Website)

Download from the
Author's Website

 
Operating System: Windows Vista/XP/2000
File Size: 1.9 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Registration: US$29.95

System Requirements:

.NET 2.0 framework

Last Updated: 2007-09-02
For more detail about software : Software Description
  View PartyDJ v9.3.0.1 Screenshot

 

 

Software Description

Organize your party or radio station with this easy to use DJ tool. Multiple playlists. Library organized in a tree by genre, artist or year. Powerful commands for altering song order, fast search and filtering. Automatically create ID3 tags out of filenames and more. Paste to CD burner your playlists.

Automatic song mixing. Full multidocument interface. Powerful and simple to use drag & drop commands. Fully customizable automatic song mixing.

Options for radio stations. Schedule commercials, jingles etc. Make unlimited number of sublists to be played at specified date and time. Lock the playlist so that its songs cannot be played. Maintain the log file of all songs being played.

Improved scan for music files, playlist creating, HTML export, minor bug fixes.

Plays music with it's internal player or WinAmp (5.x).

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

price ?

sounds like I could use your download.However it still dosent answer the basic question-How do I get started on my own web radio? Licence info.is that paid to you or somebody else?What if it's non comercial at first then goes comercial after I get used to the programing.I have sound blaster live, will that do?

Re: price ?

: sounds like I could use your download.However it still dosent answer the basic question-How do I get started on my own web radio? Licence info.is that paid to you or somebody else?What if it's non comercial at first then goes comercial after I get used to the programing.I have sound blaster live, will that do?

If I understood correctly you would like to stream radio program to the web? PartyDJ wasn't created with that idea.

License is paid to the author. If you would like to change to the commercial version from the non-commercial one you can do it by paying the difference.

Sound blaster live will do just fine. If you have more questions feel free to contact the author at colakd@manquehue.net

Check the web site: http://partydj.colaksoft.com

Syndicate content