People with whom I have worked with easily see the passion I have for GSelector. Some might think that’s simply because I’m the leader of the product. There is more to it than that. There are a number of things I love about GSelector that make me wish I had it when I worked in radio. Let me share a few of them with you here.
At the top of the list would have to be the superiority of GSelector schedules. In a well-tuned system song rotations are a thing of beauty with excellent horizontal and vertical plots. Of course, the use of scores rather than pass or fail rules is a big reason why the schedules are so good, and using them in the Editor provides a better way to make manual adjustments.
If you haven’t yet done so, take some time to check out the advanced scheduling routines in GSelector, Multi-Shot and Reverse Scheduling are powerful tools for getting even more out of your schedules. Perhaps I’ll focus on each of these in future newsletters.
Customizing a music scheduler provides not only familiarity and comfort but can also help you better achieve your programming goals. GSelector’s rich use of “appearances,” under which each user can have their own color and font customization, makes the program both attractive and more usable. Color coding fringe Sound Code, Tempo and Era values can help you instantly spot flow issues when working in the Editor. But don’t stop there. Feel free to adjust the appearances of categories, songs, links and spots to make GSelector totally yours.
GSelector is truly a powerhouse of sophisticated music scheduling features. If you haven’t taken the time to investigate the system, now might be a good time to look under the hood and see what’s waiting there for you.