Every programmer knows the strongest songs, or at least they should. They’re the big hits that listeners can’t get enough of. The turn-it-up songs. These songs guarantee a win in the button-punch test. That’s when you punch buttons between several competitors to see who’s winning the song-to-song battle at any moment. It would be great if every song were a mega-hit. But they’re not. So good programmers spread strategically in their clocks. That’s called the spoke theory of music programming.
In this article, I explained a spoke theory of music programming and how to construct clocks for best results. Including:
- How the spoke theory uses the best songs most effectively.
- Step by step instructions to set up spokes in a programming clock.
- How to tweak the talent to support the clocks.