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|[TO READ] Radionomy Music Library - How to use it
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|Author:||Domi [ Wed May 02, 2018 7:34 am ]|
|Post subject:||[TO READ] Radionomy Music Library - How to use it|
In order to promote a wide international community of independent artists and young talents, Radionomy joins its sister company Jamendo Licensing to provide the Producers of radio stations Radionomy with musical streams regularly updated in more than 20 different music genres such as Pop Rock, Classical, World, Britpop and many more.
From now, you are be able at your convenience to select tracks among these various streams on the Radio Manager Online (RMO) and add them into your own music boxes or directly to insert a stream in your clocks.
How to proceed? It’s very easy:
- Either by using the advanced search of the Radio Manager and using the filters available
- Or by clicking on the name of the category “Music” in the left-hand column of your Planner (or on this category on the Audio homepage), you see by default the list of all your own music boxes. To reach Radionomy Streams, click on “Radionomy Streams” then on “Show All” to display all the R²adionomy Streams.
You can easily, and for free, subscribe to these Radionomy Streams by ticking the star on the right of a stream name in order to include it in “Your selection”. This selection is showing up by default when you click on “Radionomy Streams”.
You can click on the stream name to open it and select the tracks you want then drag & drop them into your existing music boxes
Even more simply, the Radionomy streams you subscribed to can be found under the "Clocks" tab. You can add a Radionomy stream to your clock like your own music boxes. The new tracks will be automatically added to that stream.
Using Radionomy Streams is optional, however, from May 15, 2018, in order to promote emergent artists and reduce a little bit the broadcasting costs, Radionomy will inject in your planning one of these Jamendo tracks, selected in the music genre of your station, every 3 hours (either approximately 2% of your playlist), only if none of these tracks has been scheduled in the planning in the previous three hours.
Radionomy will analyze the behavior of the listener each time a Jamendo track is broadcast and therefore will improve its contents constantly.
Lastly, in a few weeks, Radionomy will provide two minutes fillers in several music genres, broadcast if a listener is not targeted by advertising, and which you will be able to use in your Filler box.
An advanced search on the RMO in the category “Fillers” will display the list of files that you can select then drag & drop into your Filler box.
Read more about the filler box: viewtopic.php?f=30&t=10841&start=40#p50999
We are convinced that this approach can positively sensitize your listeners on talented artists less known by the public and thank you for your collaboration to this project.
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