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Links to the RoboDJ User Manual files are shown at the left.
When you first start RoboDJ the database will scan all the hard drives, network drives, and memory sticks (thumb drives) attached to your computer, picking out MP3, WMA, and iTunes M4A files. It will add the tags for these files to its database, RoboDJ2.dbx, and then create an initial play list called "> All Hit Music", which will start playing immediately as soon as the scanning is finished. This is the default playlist, which will be scheduled for to start at midnight 7 days a week. This playlist contains the songs that were found to be in the top 30 in radio airplay and/or sales at the time of release. The playlist is set up to play 3 cuts from the most popular decade among the songs you have, then 2 cuts of the next 2 most popular decades, then 1 cut each from the next 2 most popular decades of popular music. The cycle then repeats. RoboDJ marks songs as played and will not replay them for the duration set in the Setup Tab. By default, all Top 30 hits are flagged as 5, and will play more often than lesser-known songs.
All Hit Music
As said above, the All Hit Music format is very special because it is built based on the decades of the music RoboDJ found on your computer. If the 1990s was your big decade, you will find more 1990s songs in play on this playlist. If the 1970s were your big decade, you'll find more songs played from that era. Of course, like any other RoboDJ format, All Hit Music can be customized, and any kind of new format can be created.
Whenever you start RoboDJ, it will look for the playlist for the current format according to the Schedule. You may change the schedule at any time. Note that when you set up a schedule, you can impose a starting time, but not an ending time. The format will continue until the next format is scheduled, or it will reset to the default format at 12:00 midnight.
We encourage you to add as many song files to RoboDJ as you possibly can. It has been tested with 40,000 song files, and has continued to operate flawlessly. Scanning time for 40,000 files is typically about 50 minutes. When you add additional songs or additional drives to your computer, go to the Setup Tab and click the Scan New Songs button to add those new songs to the RoboDJ database.
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