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PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:47 am 
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Hi,

newbie question again :ugeek:

What is the "transition" check-box for, in a "jingle" ?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 5:19 pm 
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Fenrilh wrote:
Hi,

newbie question again :ugeek:

What is the "transition" check-box for, in a "jingle" ?

Thank you !



Hi,

If you check the "transition Box" for a particular Jingle/Catch Phrase The file will be used to transition from one song to another (with a completely different BPM) In other words it will happen even though you have not programmed it in the "Clock."

So, to maintain more control over your station you might want to leave the transition box unmarked. (You can schedule the jingles with your "Clocks" more precisely if you make individual boxes for each one (In the Jingles folder) Then, drag and drop the boxes in your "Clocks". (order of play is from top to bottom)


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