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    Is ok .. you use the three % thingies in a row which will then on save convert to ehat you typed, but you can type it yourself too of course, or maybe you did ... as it would have been changed on save ;)
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    Is ok .. you use the three % thingies in a row which will then on save convert to what you typed, but you can type it yourself too of course, or maybe you did ... as it would have been changed on save ;)
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    Is ok .. you use the three % thingies in a row which will then on save convert to ehat you typed, but you can type it yourself too of course, or maybe you did ... as it would have been changed on save ;)
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    ===Radio===
    >>bgcolor=#dee3e7 border='0px solid gray' padding=5px<<
    *[[Radio.RadioBroadcastingMenu | Radio Broadcasting]]
    *[[Radio.Info |Radio Info]]
    *[[Radio.Radio |Radio Pages Index]]
    *[[Radio.RadioReceptionMenu | Radio Reception]]
    *[[Radio.RadioSchedule | Radio Schedule]]
    *[[Radio.RecentChanges | Recent Changes]]
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    <b>/ns help</b>, or <b>/ms help</b> for available commands :: or use <b><a href="irc://irc.blitzed.org/electro"
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    ===Radio===
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    *[[Radio.Radio |Radio Pages Index]]
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    *[[Radio.RadioSchedule | Radio Schedule]]
    *[[Radio.RecentChanges | Recent Changes]]
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    !!!!Installation

    First download and install the latest version of '''WinAmp''' onto your '''Windows''' computer. As of this writing, 5.12 is the newest. You don't need the PRO version; the free version has all the features you'll need. Get '''WinAmp''' here: http://www.winamp.com/player/ You can find installation '''WinAmp'''instructions on that site.

    In order to broadcast to a running '''SHOUTcast''' server using the winamp plugin, you will need the '''SHOUTcast Source for Winamp 2.x DSP Plug-in''', a piece of software which adds SHOUTcast broadcast ability to the Winamp software. (Don't worry about the word ''source'' in that title, it is pre-compiled and ready to run). The DSP Plug-in acts as a bridge between your Winamp software and a SHOUTcast DNAS server (which electro-music.com is running to broadcast).

    To obtain the latest copy of the plugin, please [[http://www.shoutcast.com/downloads/shoutcast-dsp-1-9-0-windows.exe | click here]]. Instructions are included with the installer. Installing the plug-in is easy, configuring it is a bit tricky. One tip, make sure Winamp is ''not'' running when you install the plugin. Use the default installation options.

    The following is from the plug-in configuration instructions, but edited a bit to be more relevant for electro-music.com streaming:


    !!!!Configuration

    Once you've installed Winamp and the DSP, you're ready to configure the plug-in.

    * After the plug-in has been installed, launch Winamp. 
    * Enter the Winamp preferences menu by pressing Ctrl-P or using the pull-down menu.
    * Click on the DSP/Effect section in the left pane of the preferences window.
    * Select Nullsoft SHOUTcast Source DSP v1.8.2 [dsp_sc.dll] on the right.
    * A window pops up labeled SHOUTcast source.
    * Click Close on the Preferences window to close the Winamp Preferences window.
    * Bring the SHOUTcast source window to the front by clicking on its titlebar.
    * Click on the Input tab and ensure that the correct Input Device is selected, in our case use '''Soundcard - NOT Winamp'''. This is because we will use the soundcard for our live broadcasts.

    (It isn't necessary to use the soundcard mixer in the bottom part of this configuration window. This works only for commercial PC sound cards. If you have a professional audio interface, like a Firewire MOTU 828 or something, that mixer section won't even work.)

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/input.jpg

    Note: on the windows below, we set up two outputs and two encoders - one for 64 kbs and one for 24 kbs:

    * Click on the Encoder tab, select '''Encoder 1''' on the left, and select the bitrate options '''128 kbs - stereo'''.
    * Click on the Encoder tab again, select '''Encoder 2''' on the left, and select the bitrate options '''44.1 kbs - stereo'''.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/encode-1.jpg

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/encode-2.jpg

    * Click on the Output tab, then select '''Output 1''' on the left.
    * Click on the Connection button to bring up the settings for the SHOUTcast DNAS you will be  connecting to.  Enter the URL radio.electro-music.com under Address. Use the Port number, broadcasting password set on the server, and select 2 under the Encoder pulldown menu. (Yes, that's right - Output 1 uses Encoder 2, and Output 2 uses Encoder 1. It's a quirk with Winamp - sorry.) Enter the first port number and password given to you by MOSC.
    * Optionally, place a checkbox in Automatic Reconnection on Connection Failure if you want the DSP to reconnect in the event of a Internet connection failure. (recommended).
    * Click on the Yellowpages button above to change the description information for this server. 
    * Enter a Description of the station you're broadcasting (make this relevant to your jam/performance, a URL of a website with more information about your music, and the Genre(s) (electro-music) your server is broadcasting.
    * Optionally, you may enter an AIM name if you use AOL Instant Messenger, your ICQ # if you use ICQ, and an IRC channel if you use EfNet IRC.  This information helps listeners locate you as a broadcaster.
    * If you want this station to appear in the Station listings for Shoutcast.com, Winamp radio, and Apple Computer's iTunes, check the Make this server public checkbox.
    * If you want the DSP to connect to the server whenever Winamp starts, check the Connect at Startup item above. (not reccommended)
    * Click again on the Output tab, then select Output 2 on the left and repeat the above steps for the Output 2. Use the 2nd port number you were given, and use Encoder 1 (yes, Output 1 uses encoder 2). Be sure to change the Yellowpages fields as well.

    Hopefully, these screen scans will help a bit...

    Note: the port numbers you will be given are most probably not the one shown on these screen shots.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/out-conn-1.jpg

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/out-conn-2.jpg

    * Make sure the electro-music.com DNAS is running, that the soundcard input and mixers are correctly configured and that you are using Soundcard Input mode. Then click  '''Connect''' (button on upper right) to connect to your server and start broadcasting.  If you elected to make your server public, it will appear in the directory within 15 minutes of starting broadcasting.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/main.jpg

    There is more information in the README file that comes with the plugin. Read it if you are interested.
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    !!!!Configuration
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      * Optionally, place a checkbox in Automatic Reconnection on Connection Failure if you want the DSP to reconnect in the event of a Internet connection failure. (recommended).
      * Click on the Yellowpages button above to change the description information for this server. 
     * Enter a Description of the station you're broadcasting (make this relevant to your jam/performance, a URL of a website with more information about your music, and the Genre(s) (electro-music) your server is broadcasting.
      * Optionally, you may enter an AIM name if you use AOL Instant Messenger, your ICQ # if you use ICQ, and an IRC channel if you use EfNet IRC.  This information helps listeners locate you as a broadcaster.
      * If you want this station to appear in the Station listings for Shoutcast.com, Winamp radio, and Apple Computer's iTunes, check the Make this server public checkbox.
      * If you want the DSP to connect to the server whenever Winamp starts, check the Connect at Startup item above. (not reccommended)
    to:
    * Optionally, place a checkbox in Automatic Reconnection on Connection Failure if you want the DSP to reconnect in the event of a Internet connection failure. (recommended).
    * Click on the Yellowpages button above to change the description information for this server. 
    * Enter a Description of the station you're broadcasting (make this relevant to your jam/performance, a URL of a website with more information about your music, and the Genre(s) (electro-music) your server is broadcasting.
    * Optionally, you may enter an AIM name if you use AOL Instant Messenger, your ICQ # if you use ICQ, and an IRC channel if you use EfNet IRC.  This information helps listeners locate you as a broadcaster.
    * If you want this station to appear in the Station listings for Shoutcast.com, Winamp radio, and Apple Computer's iTunes, check the Make this server public checkbox.
    * If you want the DSP to connect to the server whenever Winamp starts, check the Connect at Startup item above. (not reccommended)
    2013-03-28 18:18 [UTC-7] by Blue Hell -
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    First download and install the latest version of '''WinAmp''' onto your '''Windows''' computer. As of this writing, 5.12 is the newest. You don't need the PRO version; the free version has all the features you'll need. Get '''WinAmp''' here: http://www.winamp.com/player/ You can find installation '''WinAmp'''instructions on that site.

    In order to broadcast to a running '''SHOUTcast''' server using the winamp plugin, you will need the '''SHOUTcast Source for Winamp 2.x DSP Plug-in''', a piece of software which adds SHOUTcast broadcast ability to the Winamp software. (Don't worry about the word ''source'' in that title, it is pre-compiled and ready to run). The DSP Plug-in acts as a bridge between your Winamp software and a SHOUTcast DNAS server (which electro-music.com is running to broadcast).

    To obtain the latest copy of the plugin, please [[http://www.shoutcast.com/downloads/shoutcast-dsp-1-9-0-windows.exe | click here]]. Instructions are included with the installer. Installing the plug-in is easy, configuring it is a bit tricky. One tip, make sure Winamp is ''not'' running when you install the plugin. Use the default installation options.

    The following is from the plug-in configuration instructions, but edited a bit to be more relevant for electro-music.com streaming:

    Once you've installed Winamp and the DSP, you're ready to configure the plug-in.

    * After the plug-in has been installed, launch Winamp. 
    * Enter the Winamp preferences menu by pressing Ctrl-P or using the pull-down menu.
    * Click on the DSP/Effect section in the left pane of the preferences window.
    * Select Nullsoft SHOUTcast Source DSP v1.8.2 [dsp_sc.dll] on the right.
    * A window pops up labeled SHOUTcast source.
    * Click Close on the Preferences window to close the Winamp Preferences window.
    * Bring the SHOUTcast source window to the front by clicking on its titlebar.
    * Click on the Input tab and ensure that the correct Input Device is selected, in our case use '''Soundcard - NOT Winamp'''. This is because we will use the soundcard for our live broadcasts.

    (It isn't necessary to use the soundcard mixer in the bottom part of this configuration window. This works only for commercial PC sound cards. If you have a professional audio interface, like a Firewire MOTU 828 or something, that mixer section won't even work.)

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/input.jpg

    Note: on the windows below, we set up two outputs and two encoders - one for 64 kbs and one for 24 kbs:

    * Click on the Encoder tab, select '''Encoder 1''' on the left, and select the bitrate options '''128 kbs - stereo'''.
    * Click on the Encoder tab again, select '''Encoder 2''' on the left, and select the bitrate options '''44.1 kbs - stereo'''.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/encode-1.jpg

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/encode-2.jpg

    * Click on the Output tab, then select '''Output 1''' on the left.
    * Click on the Connection button to bring up the settings for the SHOUTcast DNAS you will be  connecting to.  Enter the URL radio.electro-music.com under Address. Use the Port number, broadcasting password set on the server, and select 2 under the Encoder pulldown menu. (Yes, that's right - Output 1 uses Encoder 2, and Output 2 uses Encoder 1. It's a quirk with Winamp - sorry.) Enter the first port number and password given to you by MOSC.
      * Optionally, place a checkbox in Automatic Reconnection on Connection Failure if you want the DSP to reconnect in the event of a Internet connection failure. (recommended).
      * Click on the Yellowpages button above to change the description information for this server. 
     * Enter a Description of the station you're broadcasting (make this relevant to your jam/performance, a URL of a website with more information about your music, and the Genre(s) (electro-music) your server is broadcasting.
      * Optionally, you may enter an AIM name if you use AOL Instant Messenger, your ICQ # if you use ICQ, and an IRC channel if you use EfNet IRC.  This information helps listeners locate you as a broadcaster.
      * If you want this station to appear in the Station listings for Shoutcast.com, Winamp radio, and Apple Computer's iTunes, check the Make this server public checkbox.
      * If you want the DSP to connect to the server whenever Winamp starts, check the Connect at Startup item above. (not reccommended)
    * Click again on the Output tab, then select Output 2 on the left and repeat the above steps for the Output 2. Use the 2nd port number you were given, and use Encoder 1 (yes, Output 1 uses encoder 2). Be sure to change the Yellowpages fields as well.

    Hopefully, these screen scans will help a bit...

    Note: the port numbers you will be given are most probably not the one shown on these screen shots.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/out-conn-1.jpg

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/out-conn-2.jpg

    * Make sure the electro-music.com DNAS is running, that the soundcard input and mixers are correctly configured and that you are using Soundcard Input mode. Then click  '''Connect''' (button on upper right) to connect to your server and start broadcasting.  If you elected to make your server public, it will appear in the directory within 15 minutes of starting broadcasting.

    http://electro-music.com/images/winamp/main.jpg

    There is more information in the README file that comes with the plugin. Read it if you are interested.
    2013-03-28 17:56 [UTC-7] by Blue Hell -
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    These directions should work for Edcast as well as the older Oddcast standalone version in Windows.

    Run the installer.

    After you accept the license agreement, be sure to click that you wish to install the LAME encoder so you can stream MP3 file format.

    http://electro-music.com/images/lame-get.png

    You will be directed to a web page for the Lame encoder. I suggest you download the latest non-alpha or non-beta "bundle" and install it in your Program Files directory which is usually on the C: drive.

    After Edcast is finished installing, copy the file '''lame_enc.dll''' from your Lame installation to the directory where Edcast was installed.

    Now you are ready to test out your Edcast installation. Click on the Edcast icon that is on your desktop or run the standalone exe file in the Edcast directory.

    You will see a screen like this:

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr0.png

    Select the audio device you want to use for your stream. It may be different from the MOTU device shown on my example. You can see the meters operate if you have a signal. Sometimes when the device is configured incorrectly or there is no input to the device you'll see the meters at full scale. Ignore the Live Recording button and the slider unless you have a standard Windows sound card with DXI drivers.

    Then click on the '''Add Encoder''' button and a line will appear in the text area below the Encoder Settings heading. Double click on that new line and the configuration windo will appear, looking like this:

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr2.png

    Note, your port number and password will be different. Clear out the Mountpoint field because it is not used for MP3. Make sure the Encoder Type is MP3 Lame and the server type is Shoutcast.

    Now click on the YP Settings Tab at the top of the configuration window. You'll see this:

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr3.png

    You can use a different stream name if you wish, to describe your event.

    Next, click on the '''Advanced Settings''' tab:

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr4.png

    This is optional, but if you check of the two check boxes and include a directory you will be able to make a silmultaneous recording of your stream. If you don't click Save as WAV it will save the MP3 file.

    Next, click '''OK''' and return to the main Edcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the http://radio.electro-music.com server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see the Shoutcast D.N.A.S. screen.

    Almost finished now...  :D

    If everything is working, check the AutoConnect box. This will automatically reconnect if something causes a disconnect during your stream.

    Finally, Click on the Edit button next to the word Metadata near the top of the window. This is where you put in the title of your performance. Put that in the Metadata field - leave the rest of the stuff alone.

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr5.png

    You can edit the metadata anytime you want while you are streaming. If you are streaming a concert you may want to make the metadata identify who is performing.

    When all is working well, you will see something like this:

    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr6.png

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    When you check out your server page http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 (use your port instead of 8070) you should see something like this:


    http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr7.png
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    Then click on the [b]Add Encoder[/b] button and a line will appear in the text area below the Encoder Settings heading. Double click on that new line and the configuration windo will appear, looking like this:
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    Then click on the '''Add Encoder''' button and a line will appear in the text area below the Encoder Settings heading. Double click on that new line and the configuration windo will appear, looking like this:
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    Next, click on the [b]Advanced Settings[/b] tab:
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    Next, click [b]OK[/b] and return to the main Edcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the [b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">[b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">radio.electro-music.com</a>[/color][/i][/b]</a>[/color][/i][/b] server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see as Shoutcast screen.
    to:
    Next, click '''OK''' and return to the main Edcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the http://radio.electro-music.com server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see the Shoutcast D.N.A.S. screen.
    2013-03-28 17:37 [UTC-7] by Blue Hell -
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    After Edcast is finished installing, copy the file ''''lame_enc.dll'''' from your Lame installation to the directory where Edcast was installed.
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    After Edcast is finished installing, copy the file '''lame_enc.dll''' from your Lame installation to the directory where Edcast was installed.
    2013-03-28 17:37 [UTC-7] by Blue Hell -
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    [b][color=#255293]Edit: Oddcast3 has been renamed Edcast. These directions should work for Edcast as well as Oddcast. If you find something is askew, please post something as a reply to this topic and we will update this post. [/color]
    [/b]
    Oddcast3 turns out to be a better solution for streaming to the [b][i][color=#255293]electro-music.com[/color][/i][/b] streaming audio server. This solution only works on Windows. Here are some instructions that may make it easier to set up Oddcast3.

    First, send a PM to <s>mosc</s> Blue Hell to get a port number and password for your dedicated server. This will enable you to stream to 4 listeners for testing purposes. When your event is secheduled to be streamed on the main server, we will switch the server to reflect this port. So, once you get the test working, that's it.

    Download and install Oddcast3 from this page: http://www.oddsock.org/tools/oddcastv3/ - get the latest STANDALONE version of the program.

    Run the exe file which is an
    installer.
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    These directions should work for Edcast as well as the older Oddcast standalone version in Windows.

    Run the
    installer.
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    After OddcastV3 is finished installing, copy the file [b]lame_enc.dll[/b] from your Lame installation to the directory where OddcastV3 was installed.

    Now you are ready to test out your Oddcast installation. Click on the OddcastV3 icon that is on your desktop or run the  OddcastV3Standalone.exe file in the Oddcast directory.
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    After Edcast is finished installing, copy the file ''''lame_enc.dll'''' from your Lame installation to the directory where Edcast was installed.

    Now you are ready to test out your Edcast installation. Click on the Edcast icon that is on your desktop or run the standalone exe file in the Edcast directory.
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    Note, your port number and password will be different. Clear out the Mountpoint field because it is not used for MP3. Make sure the Encoder Type is [b]MP3 Lame[/b] and the server type is Shoutcast.
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    Note, your port number and password will be different. Clear out the Mountpoint field because it is not used for MP3. Make sure the Encoder Type is MP3 Lame and the server type is Shoutcast.
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    Next, click [b]OK[/b] and return to the main Oddcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the [b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">[b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">radio.electro-music.com</a>[/color][/i][/b]</a>[/color][/i][/b] server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see as Shoutcast screen.
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    Next, click [b]OK[/b] and return to the main Edcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the [b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">[b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">radio.electro-music.com</a>[/color][/i][/b]</a>[/color][/i][/b] server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see as Shoutcast screen.
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    [b][color=#255293]Edit: Oddcast3 has been renamed Edcast. These directions should work for Edcast as well as Oddcast. If you find something is askew, please post something as a reply to this topic and we will update this post. [/color]
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    Oddcast3 turns out to be a better solution for streaming to the [b][i][color=#255293]electro-music.com[/color][/i][/b] streaming audio server. This solution only works on Windows. Here are some instructions that may make it easier to set up Oddcast3.

    First, send a PM to <s>mosc</s> Blue Hell to get a port number and password for your dedicated server. This will enable you to stream to 4 listeners for testing purposes. When your event is secheduled to be streamed on the main server, we will switch the server to reflect this port. So, once you get the test working, that's it.

    Download and install Oddcast3 from this page: http://www.oddsock.org/tools/oddcastv3/ - get the latest STANDALONE version of the program.

    Run the exe file which is an installer.

    After you accept the license agreement, be sure to click that you wish to install the LAME encoder so you can stream MP3 file format.

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/lame-get.png[/img]

    You will be directed to a web page for the Lame encoder. I suggest you download the latest non-alpha or non-beta "bundle" and install it in your Program Files directory which is usually on the C: drive.

    After OddcastV3 is finished installing, copy the file [b]lame_enc.dll[/b] from your Lame installation to the directory where OddcastV3 was installed.

    Now you are ready to test out your Oddcast installation. Click on the OddcastV3 icon that is on your desktop or run the  OddcastV3Standalone.exe file in the Oddcast directory.

    You will see a screen like this:

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr0.png[/img]

    Select the audio device you want to use for your stream. It may be different from the MOTU device shown on my example. You can see the meters operate if you have a signal. Sometimes when the device is configured incorrectly or there is no input to the device you'll see the meters at full scale. Ignore the Live Recording button and the slider unless you have a standard Windows sound card with DXI drivers.

    Then click on the [b]Add Encoder[/b] button and a line will appear in the text area below the Encoder Settings heading. Double click on that new line and the configuration windo will appear, looking like this:

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr2.png[/img]

    Note, your port number and password will be different. Clear out the Mountpoint field because it is not used for MP3. Make sure the Encoder Type is [b]MP3 Lame[/b] and the server type is Shoutcast.

    Now click on the YP Settings Tab at the top of the configuration window. You'll see this:

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr3.png[/img]

    You can use a different stream name if you wish, to describe your event.

    Next, click on the [b]Advanced Settings[/b] tab:

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    This is optional, but if you check of the two check boxes and include a directory you will be able to make a silmultaneous recording of your stream. If you don't click Save as WAV it will save the MP3 file.

    Next, click [b]OK[/b] and return to the main Oddcast window. Click on the Connect button and see if you connect to the server. If it keeps trying and not getting through, then recheck your settings making sure you have the port and password correct. There is a chance that the [b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">[b][i][color=#255293]<a href="http://radio.electro-music.com">radio.electro-music.com</a>[/color][/i][/b]</a>[/color][/i][/b] server is down. To check, use this URL http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 but replace 8070 by your port number. You should see as Shoutcast screen.

    Almost finished now...  :D

    If everything is working, check the AutoConnect box. This will automatically reconnect if something causes a disconnect during your stream.

    Finally, Click on the Edit button next to the word Metadata near the top of the window. This is where you put in the title of your performance. Put that in the Metadata field - leave the rest of the stuff alone.

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr5.png[/img]

    You can edit the metadata anytime you want while you are streaming. If you are streaming a concert you may want to make the metadata identify who is performing.

    When all is working well, you will see something like this:

    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr6.png[/img]

    When you check out your server page http://radio.electro-music.com:8070 (use your port instead of 8070) you should see something like this:


    [img]http://electro-music.com/images/oddcast-scr7.png[/img]

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