Suddenly There are Bunches of New Haiku Products

smallbee2TuneTracker Systems, which sells radio automation and audio products, has just announced a whole fleet of programs for Haiku.  In conjunction with its launch of “TuneTracker System 5” in around mid-April, the following programs are being readied for official release.  All of these are included in the TuneTracker System 5 package:

ccsystem5_smallCommand Center 5 radio automation program is the centerpiece of the package.  Version 5 is the result of 12 years of development (under BeOS).  It lets stations run their programming completely automated, or in combination with live programming, either local or over satellite.  The new Haiku version offers a number of new features and a spiffed-up interface.

TuneStacker is the system’s music selector.  It randomly selects music for each day’s program log (playlist), incorporating in announcements, commercials, etc.

Lightning, which is used to search for requests and also to manually make changes to program logs, has been rather dramatically updated for the Haiku release, now allowing for song searches based on very advanced, detailed criteria.

Army Knife TTE is a customized version of the free Army Knife program you remember from BeOS days.  It has also been greatly enhanced and supports a broad range of attributes, has an Info editor for adding long-form information about song selections, etc.

mmd_smallA brand new program in the suite is called MakeMyDay.  It’s a graphical tool for creating”master logs,” which let users combine various types of programming contained in “format clock”  hours,  to make up an entire day of programming.

CSacker is a report generator, used to put together lists of things that played on the air.

In addition to the items in the suite above,  and a new printed, paper manual that will be offered for sale, TuneTracker Systems is also coming out with Haiku versions of two products that can be ordered separately:

TT Anywhere is a remote VNC server, with a graphical interface, auto-launch-on-reboot, logging, customizable port numbers, and other capabilities.

TunePrepper is a sophisticated CD ripper and music prepper, which contains its own Army Knife-like attribute editor.

The entire product line, plus an accompanying array of pre-configured “Station-in-a-Box” computers containing the system, will come out in about a month.

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