Is there a possibility to reproduce an hourly signal every hour?
How would it be done?
This is an absolute must in radio software. The workaround I've seen in other software is having a set of recordings corresponding to hours and minutes, besides some optional start and end tracks for every reproduction of the clock.So you would have:- An hours folder with 00.mp3, 01.mp3, 02.mp3 ... 23.mp3- A minutes folder with 00.mp3, 01.mp3, 03.mp3 ... 58.mp3, 59.mp3- A start.mp3 track that would say something like "In our radio the current time is..."- An end.mp3 track that would say ".... now keep enjoying our music."Then the software can set up any radio clock for any time it needs using those files, ex: For 2:03 p.m. would reproduce start.mp3 + hours/14.mp3 + minutes/03.mp3 + end.mp3.In some scenarios I've seen software pre-rendering the current time every minute, so is ready to play at any time, by mixing the start, hour, minute, and end track into one (current-time.mp3).This method is commonly used, so you can find these sets of hours/mins tracks online pre-recorded
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