updated 03:55 pm EDT, Tue May 19, 2009
Radiologik radio DJ app
MacinMind has released an update to Radiologik, a set of two programs for radio DJs. Radiologik Scheduler 1.2 includes a new Track Prep feature designed to save time by automatically analyzing iTunes files and configuring transitions. The process is designed to replicate genuine radio production when played through Radiologik DJ. The company recently added BPM displays and new MIDI controls to DJ 1.5.4, along with several bug fixes.
The software is geared for low-power broadcasting, Internet streams or school radio stations. The DJ program can be used for live production or automation, with three hot-changeable audio outputs including a channel for voiceover or tight fits. A fourth output provides an off-air preview for the library player.
Users can configure 20 unique players for short jingles or sound effects, with 10 saved sets for different segments or DJs. The library provides options for keyword search, along with support for the iVolume gain tool.
Radiologik DJ for Mac OS X can be purchased for $130. Scheduler is free for basic features, while the advanced variant carries a price of $70 and provides additional automation features.