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Welcome to the mAirList Wiki! Feel free to add any useful content you wish. Please do create a Wiki account (see above) if you wish to contribute, and please login when you make changes. Please write in English whenever possible. Thanks in advance.

Official Documentation

An official English language user manual in PDF format is now available on the website:

To avoid redundancy and out of date information, all topics that are covered in the user manual have been removed from this Wiki.

The Wiki will continue to exist: as a place to share tutorials, 'how-to' articles, configuration examples, 'tips and tricks', scripts etc.

You can also add other mAirList-related items, such as utilities or hardare projects for use directly or indirectly with mAirList, which you think would be useful to radio station staff.

Main Wiki Topics

  • Advanced Remote Control
    is a list and explanation of some of the more esoteric methods and devices you can use to control mAirList operation.
  • Tagging
    contains tips, tricks, and suggestions on 'tagging' audio files by adding and storing cue points for use by mAirList; including two tutorial videos by mAirList user Charlie Davy.

Reference Wiki Topics

  • Actions and Commands
    is a list of all the valid Actions/Commands for Remote Control, COMMAND items, and Run command Events.
  • Attributes (previously User Defined Properties)
    is a description of how to add custom text fields to a playlist item, and how to output these fields to a mAirList log file or log database.
  • Configuration Options
    is a hierarchical list and description of all the Configuration program options.
  • Configuring Audio Devices
    is a description of how to set up mAirList to use sound cards.
  • File Types
    is a list of the mAirList-specific file types, and their content and purpose.
  • Logging Variables
    is a list of the variables you can specify in a START or STOP log entry in a mAirList log file or log database.
  • Regional Container
    is a description of how to create split output, which allows two or more playlists of audio items to play out simultaneously via multiple audio devices (for example, to create a two-way split ad. break for your AM and FM transmitters).
  • Scheduling
    contains instructions and advice on how to use and set up some well-known third-party music scheduling packages to create music logs (aka playlists) for use with mAirList.
  • Scripting
    is a basic introduction to the built-in mAirListScript language.
  • Translate mAirList into Other Languages
    is a description of how to create a translation file for all the mAirList GUI text.
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