Re: [RDD] Music Scheduler Codes - "Exclude" option instead of "Must Have Code"?

2018-03-06 Thread Tom Van Gorkom
I use the clock rules to set which codes can air for which hour. The log
only selects according to those rules. At night we also use quieter music
but it's all in the same music group as the more vibrant, just that the
cuts all have style codes that we turn on or off in the clock rules. Is
that what you need?

Tom Van Gorkom
Radio Esperanza Engineering, KRIO AM/FM, KOIR FM
Office: 956-380-8150
Cell: 865-803-7427

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On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 3:24 PM,  wrote:

> With The codes you can and also you can create a music group and move your
> slower music in that group.
> In
> RDLOGManager -> EDIT EVENTS- SELECT YOUR EVENT-
>
>In your event (Example) > 1Set -  select From  Slow Blue Songs music
> group (Schedule Code) If  You have one in your play list. Then save
> I hope that helps.
>
>
>
> On 2018-03-06 15:59, Sherrod Munday wrote:
>
>> A client of mine wants to *exclude* certain music scheduler codes from
>> airing during a certain daypart.
>>
>> Instead of setting the Daypart on every selected Cut for their entire
>> library, has there been any thought to creating/setting a logical
>> "NOT" flag for the "Must Have Code" logic that currently allows a
>> logical "AND" -- but not a "NOT"?
>>
>> The goal is to assign a chunk of their music library a scheduler code
>> that would prevent it from airing overnights (i.e., they want
>> slower-tempo songs only during nighttime).  I don't see a way of doing
>> this in the Scheduler option in the current rev of RD.
>>
>> If adding the "NOT" option isn't practical, are there any other ways
>> of accomplishing this without burning up the one single Daypart field
>> for the Cut?
>>
>> (They're coming from an automation system that allows hour-by-hour
>> selection of valid air times, with the practical effect that they can
>> achieve multiple valid "dayparts" for each given day.)
>>
>> --
>> Sherrod Munday
>> 
>>
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Re: [RDD] Music Scheduler Codes - "Exclude" option instead of "Must Have Code"?

2018-03-06 Thread Robert Jeffares

Hi Sheerrod,

I use a Scheduler Code for each daypart, with music in 4 main GROUPS 
which play in sequence in most clocks.


Songs from each GROUP are selected in an EVENT which uses the Daypart 
Scheduler Code.


The EVENT has 2 scheduler code options which provides finer grain 
selection than I need


I have 7 daypart clocks each with 4 daypart specific events [which 
repeat] plus ID's etc


Each clock has rules which also fine tune selections.

This works as well as or better then some very expensive software and 
replicates a manual system we used in the 70's.


In your case music needs to have either 'daytime' or 'nighttime' or both 
scheduler codes.


You can pick the music in a Daytime Event and a Night time Event [2 
clocks required]


Or you can make a daytime clock and a night time clock and set the 
Scheduler Rules so faster tempo songs don't play overnight.


That requires tempo [fast medium-fast medium medium-slow slow] Scheduler 
Codes to be set.


As I see it you can get what you want with the existing options, how 
much work is involved depends on how much data is currentlyassociated 
with each music cut.


regards
Robert


On 07/03/18 09:59, Sherrod Munday wrote:

A client of mine wants to *exclude* certain music scheduler codes from airing 
during a certain daypart.

Instead of setting the Daypart on every selected Cut for their entire library, has there been any thought to 
creating/setting a logical "NOT" flag for the "Must Have Code" logic that currently allows a 
logical "AND" -- but not a "NOT"?

The goal is to assign a chunk of their music library a scheduler code that 
would prevent it from airing overnights (i.e., they want slower-tempo songs 
only during nighttime).  I don't see a way of doing this in the Scheduler 
option in the current rev of RD.

If adding the "NOT" option isn't practical, are there any other ways of 
accomplishing this without burning up the one single Daypart field for the Cut?

(They're coming from an automation system that allows hour-by-hour selection of valid air 
times, with the practical effect that they can achieve multiple valid 
"dayparts" for each given day.)

--
Sherrod Munday


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Re: [RDD] Music Scheduler Codes - "Exclude" option instead of "Must Have Code"?

2018-03-06 Thread ijames
With The codes you can and also you can create a music group and move 
your slower music in that group.

In
RDLOGManager -> EDIT EVENTS- SELECT YOUR EVENT-

   In your event (Example) > 1Set -  select From  Slow Blue Songs music 
group (Schedule Code) If  You have one in your play list. Then save

I hope that helps.


On 2018-03-06 15:59, Sherrod Munday wrote:

A client of mine wants to *exclude* certain music scheduler codes from
airing during a certain daypart.

Instead of setting the Daypart on every selected Cut for their entire
library, has there been any thought to creating/setting a logical
"NOT" flag for the "Must Have Code" logic that currently allows a
logical "AND" -- but not a "NOT"?

The goal is to assign a chunk of their music library a scheduler code
that would prevent it from airing overnights (i.e., they want
slower-tempo songs only during nighttime).  I don't see a way of doing
this in the Scheduler option in the current rev of RD.

If adding the "NOT" option isn't practical, are there any other ways
of accomplishing this without burning up the one single Daypart field
for the Cut?

(They're coming from an automation system that allows hour-by-hour
selection of valid air times, with the practical effect that they can
achieve multiple valid "dayparts" for each given day.)

--
Sherrod Munday


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