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The OnTheAir Studio 2 software from Softron is a radio playout application favored by radio stations worldwide. Targeted at broadcasters, it utilizes both QuickTime and CoreAudio to address any external or integrated audio devices. The application offers support for any audio file formats supported by QuickTime, including protected AAC files from the iTunes Music Store.
This version of OnTheAir Studio is a beefed-up incarnation of the original, which had only presets: 2.0 adds XML playlists and schedules for unattended 24/7 radio playout with third party traffic system integration, giving you the same ease of use as that supplied by OnTheAir Video--to which Studio 2 is graphically similar. Of course, this version retains the presets from version 1, used for starting jingles and other user-triggered audio sources. The application is able to detect the end of the sound in order to do an automatic fade out for the smoothest possible transition.
Play majority of audio formats
You can output to any audio output available for your Mac. The software enables output to multiple outputs
Fade in / fade out control
Volume control for general output, document, or clip
Automatically analyze audio to set out point
Playlist to chain clips
Presets for jingles (cart machine-like)
Numerous keyboard shortcuts available
Start a clip or a playback control with a MIDI device by associating a MIDI note with the clip / control
Can be controlled by GPI
Open to third party integration via XML-based playlists and text-based schedules
Clip Info / Trimming
Set in / out points
Begin playlists at fixed times of day
Chain playlists together automatically
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Minimum System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later 2.0 GB RAM MacPro, iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacMini (any type)
AAC, MP3 and any other audio file formats supported by QuickTime