There are many situations in which it is necessary to record and archive radio broadcasts, whether they are terrestrial ones or online ones. RadioLogger provides this essential ability for radio stations through an exceptionally reliable solution. Recording and archiving radio has never been so easy and reliable as it is with this complete solution for radio programmers. RadioLogger provides you with the ability to have a complete and reliable archive of all of your radio broadcasts so that you can refer back to them at a later time if ever this is required. There are many situations where an archive of radio broadcasts is needed for either legal reasons or other reasons. This software has a low CPU and system load so it has minimal effect on the performance of the computer that you are running it on. What’s more, RadioLogger can run unattended so that it can get on with the work for you with minimal input required while it is working.
RadioLogger is useful in situations such as if you need to provide archived broadcasts to solve a dispute involving advertising tracks or anything else. The program can record 24 hours a day making it the ideal solution for most radio channels which are indeed broadcasting around the clock. Even if you do not need to archive all of your radio broadcasts, or you do not even run the broadcasts around the clock, RadioLogger provides the flexibility that you need. It can also record radio broadcasts at specifically defined times and intervals. This feature only takes a matter of minutes to set up and once this is done, the software can be left unattended for as long as you need it. You don’t have to worry about it bogging down your system performance either. It does not have any effect on the quality or reliability of your radio broadcasts either, so it is the ideal solution for any radio station, including online radio stations or broadcasts in public venues.
RadioLogger can easily be configured to run at specific intervals, automatically starting and stopping recording as required during certain times of the day. If you have Windows 7, you can also record directly from the playback device without needing an additional stereo mix input. All of the programs other features work with Windows Vista as well. Both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems are supported for maximum performance and versatility. Even more impressively, the program is provided with support for a wide variety of other languages, so using the software in your language is easier than ever. The flexible configuration options make it user-friendly as well, requiring no special knowledge on the part of the user. The software will keep a detailed history of all of the radio broadcasts which have been archived. It can also automatically delete old records which are no longer required. All of the latest compression techniques are required and archives can be stored in the format of your choice on the fly. This allows you to save a great deal of disk space too.
To find out more about RadioLogger, visit http://www.djsoft.net and download the demo version.
David Jackson is a radio broadcaster and writer who is currently working on a series of articles about radio broadcasting and radio automation software