3 Things All Stations Should Do posted on November 30th, 2015
By Jerry Butler
You wouldn’t drive your car without regular oil changes and maintenance. Are you taking that same care for your database? If you lost your data, how long would it take for you to rebuild your database… hours, days, weeks, months? All databases are different, but one thing is true about them all. Regular maintenance insures the health and wellbeing of your data. With these three steps, you can help keep your database running smoothly and be prepared for a catastrophic disaster.
Is Your MusicMaster Database Slow? posted on January 13th, 2014
By Jesus Rodriguez
One of the most common calls I get is when clients think their database has become corrupted or got a “virus” as they put it. Those scenarios are very odd so I follow up by asking what made them come to that conclusion? I get answer like: Well the database is taking too long to load or replace a song. Or: I get the never-ending hourglass or as many call it the circle of death. They then follow it up by saying that they know something is wrong with MusicMaster because all of their other software works fine and at normal speed with my (enter outrageous RAM quantity here). (more…)
Four Housekeeping Tasks to Safeguard and Improve your MusicMaster Experience posted on August 26th, 2013
By Marianne Burkett
1.Tools, Backup, Perform a standard backup, Yes
What is the most important thing about your radio station? This may be a point of discussion, but I’m going out on a limb here and say: “it’s what comes out of the speakers”. So, your music and/or on-air talent, sizzling imaging & community involvement is likely what makes the station so good? Yes? Good answer, we’re on the same page. So, if some freak accident happened like lightning strikes, you trip over your power cord and fry your hard drive or your audio and data library in MusicMaster were completely wiped out, you’d be up the creek, without a paddle! (more…)
Three Important Lessons in Caring for Your MusicMaster Database posted on February 18th, 2011
by Marianne Burkett
This article is about properly caring for your database.
Today we take a look at three different scenarios where clients run into trouble. (more…)