Windows Media Player (also known as Winamp) and DJ Ultra are two popular recording software that are used by novice and professional DJs alike. But which one should you use? The answer really all depends on your needs, preferences, experience, budget, and what you want to accomplish with your music making. If you plan on documenting every beat on your phone or laptop then an inexpensive digital audio recorder will serve your purpose.
Radio Caster is a type of software that is primarily used for broadcasting any sort of audio formats such as MP3, AC mp3, ogg, opus, me, and several others. It has an easy to use interface, a wide variety of channels, and a lot of features. It is very versatile and compatible with all sorts of computers including Macs and PCs. Besides broadcasting your own audio files, you can also connect your computer to an existing network using a wireless router and stream online radio stations through your computer.
If you are just starting out, then I would highly recommend Radio Caster as it has everything you need in a radio automation programme, but with much less price. This radiocaster comes with a pre-installed 16-channel sound system and an Analog to Digital (ACD) encoder, which allows you to record in "standard" format that is commonly used by radio stations. The Digital Encoder also allows you to send digital audio from your computer directly to any other digital audio device such as your iPod, digital audio recorder, CD players, and internet radios. You can even connect your computer to an existing network using a wireless router and stream online radio stations through your computer, saving money and time. But if you plan on recording your own audio files, I would recommend getting the software called Wireless MP3 Player, as it is simple and easy to use.