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Fusic

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Fusic is a radio play-out system that uses a MySQL database for show information. Users can create a show on a web interface and create cart walls, playlists etc over the web.

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Features

  • A cart wall featuring up to 320 carts for each user.
  • Auto sweeper cueing, will play a sweeper just before an intro time that has been set on a track.
  • Auto-DJ function that will automatically select tracks, sweepers and jingles to play periodically.
  • Tiny fingerprint, less than 20 MB for the installer.

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    hi matt - "i would like to use your app - but, i'm totally lost on how to use and settup a database - i'm running "win.7 x64 - home premium which offers "microsoft works database" and still very lost on how to get started - can you please help - thank you."

    Posted 04/17/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop, Other Audience

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2009-12-19

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