One of the most agonizing tasks for a programmer is managing the music library. It’s also one of the most important. Of the hundreds of settings in your music software, music tempo coding is probably the most critical. This is where you usually should start in setting up your library.
Some programmers search for a perfect system, endlessly tweaking sound and tempo coding. These are programming scientists. Others spend more time manually editing and scheduling songs, rather than relying on software to manage music flow. These are music programming artists.
Regardless of how you schedule songs on your station, consistent coding goes a long way to a great sounding radio station.