Answers to Frequently Asked Questions


  1. How much does MOM cost?
  2. How do I purchase MOM for my station?
  3. How do I upgrade from a previous version of MOM?
  4. Can I use my own data in the demo?
  5. What will MOM do for our station?
  6. We have a lot of music in our library. Is there a limit on the number of titles?
  7. What are the differences between the demo version of MOM and the full version?
  8. We program more than one station. How much will additional copies cost?
  9. What kind of computer do I need to use MOM?
  10. What kind of automation systems does MOM export to?
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  12. Download the MOM demo

How much does MOM cost?

MOM sells for a one-time buyout price of $395. No further lease or renewal fees...ever! (You also receive 6 months of FREE technical support.)

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How do I purchase MOM for my station?

We accept check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express. You can order MOM by telephone, fax, e-mail or postal mail.

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How do I upgrade from a previous version of MOM?

A downloadable demo is available on this website to show you all the new improved features. You may upgrade at any time for $99.

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Can I use my own data in the demo?

Sure! We recommend you enter your Music Library in this demo version so that you can see exactly how MOM will work with your station. Once you decide to purchase the program, you'll retain access to all the files you created in your Demo version.

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What will MOM do for our station?

MOM keeps track of your station’s entire Music Library.

MOM creates daily Music Logs according to your programming instructions.

MOM prints out any number customizable formats of the daily Music Logs for you and your staff to use. MOM allows you to make changes to your Music Logs before you print them — e.g., to insert a special "mystery" song or even a whole ball game. These changes will be reflected in your music history.

And the most important thing MOM will do is save you money and time.

If you are programming by hand, MOM will give you an hour or more per day to be more productive with your business and if you are already programming with a computer MOM will get you out from those monthly lease fees you're tired of paying!

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We have a lot of music in our library. Is there a limit on the number of titles?

MOM can safely handle a music library with up to one billion songs. Although you will probably never need that many songs, MOM's frugal use of your hard disk space means that you'll be able to put as many songs as you need in your music library.

A station with a thousand songs will easily run using only 5 megabytes of hard disk space. Each additional thousand songs will take approximately one additional megabyte of hard disk space.

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What are the differences between the demo version of MOM and the full version?

This demo version of MOM is fully functional except for the following restrictions:

Music Logs will only print the 12:00 and 6:00 hours of your Music Schedule. (Even in the demo, however, you can always view the entire log on-screen.)

This MOM demo will occasionally reset your Log Format Definitions, Library Printout Definitions and Log Reject Order rules to their default settings. This will happen occasionally.

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We program more than one station. How much will additional copies cost?

If you program a sister station in the same market, you can purchase additional copies of MOM for only $99.

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What kind of computer do I need to use MOM?

MOM will run on any IBM or compatible system running DOS Version 3.3 or above, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT or Windows 2000. We recommend a 386 or higher processor, although MOM has been run successfully (albeit slowly) on 286 machines.

Kind of old news! MOM will run on any modern PC running DOS or any version of Windows.

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What automation systems does MOM export to?

MOM currently creates export files for Digilink, Wavestation, DRS 2006, OTS Juke, Raduga, WinAmp, Air Control, Maestro, Audio Vault, Dalet Automation and Scott Systems. If your automation system cannot use one of these formats we will be more than happy to add your automation system to MOM. (assuming the information we need to do this is available) 

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This website was created by Ira Emus, Robyn Wiener and Andrew Z. Werner for Extrasensory Software.
MOM was written by Ira Emus of Extrasensory Software.
Copyright 1990, 2004 Extrasensory Software. All rights reserved.
Revised: September 09, 2005.