The Automatic DJ helps that the music never stops on parties. When guests place wishes, they will be played. But if there is no more wish in the wish list, the Automatic DJ jumps in.
By pressing the big button in the right center of the Jukebox, you can set up the Automatic DJ. This dialog appears.
These are the options to choose:
- Auto-DJ off:
- When the guests no longer wish songs, the music stops playing.
- Play all genres:
- The DJ plays one song after another. It always stays a couple of songs in one genre, then changes the genre and plays a couple of songs of that genre etc. Furthermore, if you like, it respects your song ratings and how often songs have been wished by guests before (popular songs).
- My mood:
- Instead of playing all genres, you can also say what genres suit your party. For example, you can set up that you only want to hear Pop, Rock, and Metal, and how much of each. This setting is called a "mood". Moods may be "party", "chill-out", or "romance". Within the genres, the Automatic DJ shuffles like in "Play all genres".
- Play one genre:
- The Automatic DJ plays songs from one genre only, but it respects the rating and popularity of the songs.
- Play one artist:
- The Automatic DJ plays songs from one artist only, but it respects the rating and popularity of the songs.
- In addition to the above settings, you can choose a playlist. If there is no wish in the wish list, Juke That plays the songs of the playlist, first. Wishes interrupt the playlist, wish continues again when the wish list is empty. Only after the playlist is over, the other settings apply. Playlists are useful to start a party with most recent or grand songs. More about playlists...