What Kind Of Computer Do I Need To Run It?

Music 1 is Windows-native and works on everything from Windows 10 and Server back to XP.  Four megs of ram or more is recommended.

Does Music 1 Work With My Automation System?

Yes, Music 1 has system-specific playouts outputs for all of the broadcast world's automation systems.

Is It Complicated To Switch To Music 1 From Other Schedulers?

Easy to do.  Export the library data from your old scheduled to a text file.  Send that file to us in a .csv, .xls, tab-delimited or fixed-width file.  We'll import it into Music 1 and have it back to you in less than a day.  Format clocks from another scheduler cannot be transferred, but creating clocks in Music 1 is quick, easy and fun.

Is Music 1 Easy To Learn?

Music 1 has the lowest learning curve of any such software. The developers’ goal has always been focused on making Music 1 products simpler and more intuitive.

Can I Schedule More Than One Station With Music 1?

Yes. You must have a licensed database for each station. When you start Music 1, you select the database (station) you want to work with.

What's The Difference Between Music 1 And Other Music Schedulers?

Others schedule all of the songs first. The music director then edits the schedule, fixing rule violations and filling empty slots. Music 1 is designed for inter-active scheduling and editing; the music director's edits are made during the scheduling run. Music 1 also has two other scheduling modes; full automatic and hybrid. See this video.

Why Should I Switch To Music1?

It produces the most accurate and consistent song rotations and spins. You get error-free playlists each day with much less work-time. Music 1 users average under ten minutes a day working in inter-active mode. Hybrid mode users are under five minutes a playlist. Full automatic schedules are finished in under sixty seconds.