Sunday 16 June 2019

Getting started with Music Scheduling part 5 - voice tracking, rules and history

In previous sections, we've covered getting started with your firstplaylist, plus setting some of the more advanced options – including the sequence of items and similar artists/titles. Finally, we'll take a brief look at some of the other sections of the Music Scheduling software!

And remember you can try for free for up to 30 days – no obligations, and you don't need to provide us with an e-mail to use the trial.


This contains your previously saved playlists – handy if you need to resave a playlist you previously created. There is also an option to check previous items in your history when creating a playlist – so if a track was recently used in another playlist, it won't be included in the one that is currently being created.


From here you can set items to appear after every number of tracks (e.g. if you wanted a jingle to be played after every 8th track) or for rule tracks to appear within a particular range (for example, you may have an A List of tracks, and need 3 in every 10 tracks to be tracks from the A List).

Voice Tracking

These are options to make it easier to add pre-recorded voice tracks to your playlist. This includes having tracks that ALWAYS appear in your playlist, no matter what (e.g. if a voice link you want to add refers to that track), associating particular tracks with voice links (so when a track is added, that matching voice link is added before or after) or adding pre-recorded voice links to the start, middle or end of your playlist.

The Music Scheduling includes full help and documentation, and of course you can experiment with the different sections and features, and see which ones work best for you!

We are also happy to answer any questions – you can e-mail

We hope you enjoy using the Music Scheduling software to create your playlists.