Setting attributes and codes in music scheduling software can be tedious and time consuming. It’s also confusing to many programmers. There are so many options, and we want to use all the power of the software to generate a perfect music flow. Many times, over-coding a library is counter productive, and that’s especially true with what most software programs call Mood. Mood coding is an attribute that can cause conflicts with other settings.

Many programmers fail to understand the subtle, unique qualities of Mood Coding. They tend to make it a mashup of Tempo and Energy. But Mood is distinctly different, and very useful when applied properly.

Tempo vs. Energy vs. Mood Coding

Hey, Sorry!

This content is for members only. But you can sign up for a membership for just $1 for the first 14 days! Then, if you like it, stay on with your Insiders membership.
Sign Up Are you already a member? Make sure you are logged in to access this content Log In