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Author:  Effemme [ Mon Sep 14, 2015 10:15 am ]
Post subject:  Playlist and advertising minutes. And mixing songs

Hi all.
I'm newcomer to Radionomy and to this forum so maybe I could find answers to my quesitons somewhere else, without annoying you here.
In this case.... I beg you pardon! :oops:

I have two questions.

1. I'd like to insert a playlist one hour long.
How can I manage the two advertising spaces (two minutes each)?
Must I prepare a playlist 56 minutes long? Must I put two fillers in my playlist?.....

2. The two options "Tempo in" "Tempo out" in the settings of the songs are an alternative way to mix songs in an easy way (without having to set all the dedicated objects of the mixing page)? Or are they used for something else?

Thank a lot in advance! :)

Author:  Domi [ Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Playlist and advertising minutes. And mixing songs

Hello,

You can schedule your ads break in your eday template page, they will be inserted in your planning when you launch the generation.
Example:
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If the generator takes a tempo in "high" after a tempo out "low", or vice-versa you will see a message in your plannings logs, so that you can inserte a jingle if you want
viewtopic.php?f=30&t=10841&start=70#p51023

Author:  Effemme [ Wed Sep 16, 2015 12:42 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Playlist and advertising minutes. And mixing songs

Thank you very much!!! :D

So, about "tempo in" and "tempo out", it's clear they don't have nothing to do with mixing.

About the playlist and the ads, I still don't understand very well.
I was talking about the mandatory ads, two minutes long, that radionomy sends twice at hour.
How can I manage a playlist one hour long in order to consider the two ads that radionomy will send?

I beg you pardon.... maybe my english is not good enough to explain what I need...... and to understand the answers too! :)

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