What is it?
Tobasco's Amazing Clockwheel is the original FREE easy to use utility that allows you to automatically build formatted playlists quickly and effortlessly while increasing random song selection and limiting repeats to the fewest possible allowable repeats in a given time period.
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Tobasco's Amazing Clockwheel allows you to create a formatted hour, or any infinite amount of time, with an identifiable pattern in minutes. Once you have completed the basic setup the program can automatically generate new playlists every night automatically based on the format information you specify. You can also double check your playlists to make sure they contain valid MP3 files. It's difficult to remember which files you have moved to new folders and forget to change the playlists. Now use the List Checker feature to locate references to missing MP3's and remove them from your playlists before you build new shows.
Tired of building your 3 hour long 80's show every night before you go to bed after being at work for 9 hours? Is your loved one complaining about how much time you spend working on your station?
Set up Tobasco's Amazing Clockwheel once and never have to do it again. Every time it generates a new playlist it will be completely different than the previous one and it will have no repeats.
If you find this application useful, please donate $5.00. I get about 200 downloads a month for this program and it costs money to keep this web site up and running. This has really added up since I started this site in February 2002.
What the heck is a clock wheel?
A "clock wheel" is radio station lingo for a format clock. The clock face is divided into pie pieces and each small segment of time in an hour is prescribed a very specific item to be played on the air - from a song in a specific genre to a commercial or station promo.
To the right is a typical clock wheel for a Current Hits Radio format station.
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