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My name is J. Boles, Radio Broadcaster from Childress, Texas. I stumbled upon this forum while searching for discussions related to remote broadcast streaming equipment. To jump right into what's on my mind, I've been using AudioCompass as my software, and although it's a bit pricy, it works pretty darn well with minimal delay. I'm pretty happy with that, but I was wondering if anyone wanted to discuss equipment. I've tried many different setups and have not found the perfect one. Either it's too bulky or too complicated for my play-by-play guys. I have four radio stations, and have had live events going in seven different locations in a single night in the past. I'd like to put together something fairly small, fairly inexpensive, and rock-solid. When I say inexpensive, I've put together equipment, including a mixer, computer, aircard, and a single Beyer-Dynamic or Audio-Technica headset with a cheap crowd mic for under $1000.00. I have some ideas on specific equipment, but I'm sure there are some experts who belong to this forum who wouldn't mind sharing their experiences. Thanks to the admin for the site! It's difficult to find a place to discuss everything related to broadcasting. I look forward to meeting you all, sharing my experiences, and learning from yours. J. Boles
Hello There, I would like to get your feedback advice. What is the best way to do a live remote using shoutcast? So say you are running automation software, and then you go to a remote location and want to do a live broadcast using shoutcast. I see two options: 1. Kick your normal source using shoucast kick source, then connect from remote computer, not sure this will work? 2. Schedule a simulcast of your secondary live stream via automation software? 3. remote desktop to connect to main server, disconnect and then connect from remote? Any other ideas? Thanks WP