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Setup With Edcast (Win)

What is Edcast Broadcaster? Edcast Broadcaster (Formerly known as Oddcast)  is an audio encoder that can be used to create Internet streams it can be used to stream to both icecast2 and SHOUTcast servers. Edcast is a free and open source encoder that … Continue reading

Recording your Broadcast with Audacity

If you are thinking about recording your broadcasts to make available to your listeners later (e.g. Podcasts) you can use Audacity. Record and edit anything that is captured either via microphone, line-in, or stereo mix effortlessly.   Prerequisites Download Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/ … Continue reading

Setup With BUTT Broadcaster (Mac)

What Is Butt? Butt is a multi-operating system client broadcaster, meaning you can broadcast on Linux, MacOS, and Windows. It only handles input from a computer, so live feeds like talking into a microphone or on a computer’s sound-card – … Continue reading

Setup With Nicecast (Mac)

What Is Nicecast? Nicecast is the simplest way to broadcast through your Mac using a great looking and easy to navigate user interface. In this article we are going to guide you through setting up your Wavestreaming SHOUTcast server with … Continue reading

Setup With Winamp (Win)

Our Support Technician Josh guides you through the initial setup of the SHOUTcast DSP plugin for Windows. What is Winamp? Winamp is a media player developed by AOL for Windows PCs. It allows you to easily manage your music files … Continue reading

Setup With RadioBOSS (Win)

What Is RadioBOSS? RadioBOSS is a Windows based radio DJ system that allows the manipulation of audio to stream live through a radio hosting server (such as SHOUTcast) or locally like a media player. Features include – Sending metadata (upload … Continue reading

Setup With Virtual DJ

What is Virtual DJ? Virtual DJ is audio mixing software that PCDJ’s use in place of Vinyl or CD based decks. While some knowledge of beatmixing and cueing is beneficial, Virtual DJ allows anyone to start mixing audio without having … Continue reading