LibraryPlayer.co.uk today releases their flagship software product, Library Player.
Targeted at broadcasters, the audio playout software can be used by commercial, hospital, community
and Internet radio broadcasters, as well as for club DJing, personal use, podcasting and any other
situation requiring a professional audio player.
Based in Aberdeen (Scotland), LibraryPlayer.co.uk’s IT & Technical Specialist Simon Pittman, who
developed the software and runs the web site said:
“My aim is to develop professional audio software that is easy to use, uncomplicated and allows
broadcasters to deliver their service, and not spend huge amounts of time learning complex packages.
I developed Library Player 2.2 with eight years experience presenting for voluntary broadcasters and a
background in IT. Broadcasters will find the software meets all their needs and will fit into their
budgetary requirements too, which I know is always a bonus!”
Features of the software include the ability to save and open playlists, support for networking, opening
playlists on more then one computer at the same time, remote start using a computer’s joystick input
and options to search the audio library.
12 months free e-mail support and updates is provided with commercal licenses. Additional services
offered for the software include installation, enhanced support and training. Support is overseen by
the person who knows the software best - the developer - therefore customers receive accurate and
There is different pricing deals for commercial and personal use, and registered charities benefit from
significant discounts when using the software on less then 10 computer desktops. Further information
and downloads can be found on the web site: www.libraryplayer.co.uk
LibraryPlayer.co.uk launched in February 2012 and offers software, technical documentation and
other resources and services, including those aimed at the broadcasting market.