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I'm an Internet-Radio DJ and finally just got myself a MAC so that I can do all my music mixing, editing, recording etc. However I need to know what is a good, or the best program to use to stream music to the server that I DJ for, for broadcasting. Originally I had used the SAM2 program for PC. I do not need something that only makes playlists and outputs to my own personal speaker system. Also I must be able to mic in to the software as well. Here is the website of the SAM program if you would like to know about that. http://www.spacialaudio.com/products/sam2/

I am looking into the MEGASEG software, and also the DISCO XT program, do either of them broadcast out across the net. If so, how?

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megaseg is so boring. The only all inclusive programs I have experience are PCDJ and Mixmeister, both natively on Windows. You could always use other software and route the output of your mixer back into your computer, and then to some sort of streaming radio program. I personally would use 2 machines, but to each his own.

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