Who is radio for? Usually, I imagine it's for some beer company, maybe, a football team-- behind them, some hazy corporate conglomerate.
I think radio should be for YOU.
My recent radio websites have an innovative approach, in that they allow you to decide when to change tracks, and they let you remix while you listen, if you so choose.
My newest station-- "Endless Dub Radio"-- contains these functionalities. I have always enjoyed listening to dub music, and EDR creates a continual stream of original, generative dub. Any of a set of beat and bass tracks are chosen at random, and sets of sounds from different sessions are looped on top of the beats.
When you listen to EDR, no two moments are identical. It's lots of fun. If you get tired of a particular sound, you can use the embedded player to dub it out. Or, simply wait until the current beat track fades out, and a new set of sounds will load.
Sound too cool to be true? Don't take my word-- stop on by:
And, if you like it, tell a friend! Thanks.
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