Easy. Intuitive. You already know how to use MusicMaster!
It’s 100% Windows, and that’s a good thing! If you’re like most people you are very familiar with Windows® programs. If you know your way around Excel or Word, you already know how to navigate around MusicMaster. You can easily share data between MusicMaster and other applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, using intuitive copy and paste. You can even import all kinds of data from e-mails, websites, and more! We also have many Mac users who schedule with MusicMaster as well, utilizing programs such as Parallels or VMWare Fusion.
MusicMaster is multi-tasking. You can open up as many different windows within the program as you require. You can be editing the music schedules, open the library editor, open a few clocks, open up the Rule Tree™, run a history analysis, and leave all these things open as you switch from one to the other. You can even open them in individual windows so you can drag-and-drop elements from one to the other. Just imagine, you can create a special program just by dragging songs from the library into the schedule. You can call for jingles and top-of-hour sweepers by dragging them into your clocks.
MusicMaster is also multi-user technology. Share your database on your network and several people can work in the system at the same time. One person might be scheduling music for tomorrow, another is entering new song information, while another is running reports, and still another is building a special show for the upcoming weekend!
We have the most advanced interface system on the planet! You can hook up MusicMaster to export logs to your automation system, import commercials from your traffic system, and even reconcile changes back into MusicMaster from automation the next day. The bottom line is that if your other systems provide a means to connect, MusicMaster can connect to them.
MusicMaster allows you to open, schedule, clone, and work with multiple databases freely with no additional licensing or restrictions. Multi-station conflicts can be avoided to make sure you’re never playing the same song on two similar stations in your cluster at the same time. You can even run conflict reports to find out exactly how close together these “crossover” songs play across multiple stations.
If you’re using an older scheduling system, we can save you a lot of setup time. Depending on which system you’re using, we might even be able to copy over all your music, clocks, rules, and schedule history. Even if you’ve just got a list of songs in any standard data file, we can copy and paste that data into MusicMaster for you.