You spend hours and hours coding songs. It is time well spent because it is the foundation of a music station, but most music software programs are poorly coded, especially when it comes to managing Sound Codes. Getting sound coding right is one of the most mysterious and difficult tasks for a music director.

An over-coded Library can’t schedule properly because there are too many restrictions that paralyze the software. An under-coded library results in a lack of song control and poor music flow.

So what is the best way to sound code the music?

Guide To Get Sound Coding Right


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