With the recent lockdown keeping clubbers from the dance floor, and putting greater distance between DJs and their fans, radio has become more important than ever.  One of the biggest challenges facing broadcast DJs is the ability to connect with an audience who can’t always lock in when the show is live.

Enter Quick Record – a simple, streamlined service that records your sets and pushes them out via your social media channels as radio podcasts.

Radio podcasts are a great way to reach your audience. However, the processes of recording, uploading, trimming, bouncing etc is very time-consuming. Quick Record is a revolutionary online radio recording application, that captures and distributes your broadcast whilst you are live!

Connect and auto post recorded sets to MixCloud, SoundCloud, Dropbox and more. With additional social media functions such as auto tweets and fully customisable iD3 tagging – you can push your sound, your way.
Connect your socials with ease.

After you’ve completed the simple setup process, your shows will uploaded and available to stream before you’ve put your headphones down. All you have to do is share the link to your followers.

Manage your timetable.

Here’s the best bit, the platform is free to try! Sign up now and you’ll be able to:

  • record for a maximum of 6 hours
  • schedule recordings using the planner
  • make use of the file tagging options
  • configure auto social media pushes
  • upload your podcasts to multiple platforms
If you’re happy with the service, you can opt-in for just £3 per month.
Keep track of your recordings.
Be on Demand!

Quick Record also has the capability to manage entire radio stations. If you’re a station manager and you are interested in using the Quick Record service you can get in touch with them to discuss pro-user discounts.  Some of the stations already using the service include Flex FM, Origin UK and UK Raw.

For more info check out the Quick Record site.

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