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Permalink North Sea Surf Radio studio, a peak behind the scenes.

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Here's a little peak behind the scenes. This is what our current software setup on the new computer looks like.

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The top bar shows the track currently playing. Top left you can see the upcoming tracks, bottom left are the tracks that have just been played. In the middle is the search field to find music in our huge database. In this case it show the Playlist tracks that have been added yesterday. The red ones have been played somewhere during the past four hours, the other five are coming up in the next hour and a half or so. On the right you see our audio processing tool that makes everything sound smashing!

Once again thanks to everybody who donated and made our relaunch possible!

Niels Jansen
Program Director
North Sea Surf Radio

To submit your surf music to North Sea Surf Radio send the tracks as .mp3 in 320kbps bitrate with correct tags to playlist@northseasurfradio.com via Dropbox.

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Cool, thank you for that peek.

Jeff(bigtikidude)

Cool, are you using a commercial software package or a bunch of different stuff?

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A free open source software package for the radio software and a paid license for an audio processing tool.

Niels Jansen
Program Director
North Sea Surf Radio

To submit your surf music to North Sea Surf Radio send the tracks as .mp3 in 320kbps bitrate with correct tags to playlist@northseasurfradio.com via Dropbox.

North Sea Surf Radio: Website- Facebook - Twitter
North Sea Surf Festival: Website - Facebook - Twitter
The Phantom Four: Website - Facebook - Twitter

Wow, tnanks Niels! Looks like more processing power than an Apollo mission, or one of those F1 telemetry monitors in the pits.
Way cool!
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Wes
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DISCLAIMER: The above is opinion/suggestion only & should not be used for mission planning/navigation, tweaking of instruments, beverage selection, or wardrobe choices.

Badger wrote:

Wow, tnanks Niels! Looks like more processing power than an Apollo mission, or one of those F1 telemetry monitors in the pits.
Way cool!
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To be honest, the phone in your pocket probably has more processing power than the computers powering the Apollo missions.

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It has been said that a greeting card that plays music has more processing power than there was in the whole world in 1955

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