On the System menu, click Preferences to set your Station Name and the Default Fade time that you would like to set for automated fades.
You can also enable live, read-only access to the Airtime schedule calendar for your station's public website with the Allow Remote Websites to Access "Schedule" Info? option, if you wish. (There is more about this feature in the Exporting the schedule chapter, in the Advanced Configuration section of this book).
Use the Timezone drop-down menu to set local time at your station. Airtime stores show times internally in UTC format (Greenwich Mean Time), but can display local time for the convenience of your station staff. Also, you can set the day of the week that you wish to start your station's weekly schedule on, which defaults to Sunday. Then click the Save button.
If your station has a SoundCloud account (on http://soundcloud.com), you may want to upload live show recordings to this service automatically. Click the small black triangle next to SoundCloud Settings to show this option. Apart from checking the Enable Soundcloud Upload and Automatically Upload Recorded Shows boxes, you will need to enter your SoundCloud login email address and password, and the tag metadata that SoundCloud will use to categorize your show recordings.
Check the box Automatically Mark Files "Downloadable" on SoundCloud if you wish to enable this option. You can also set a default genre, track type and copyright license here, including public domain, all rights reserved, or one of the Creative Commons licenses (see http://creativecommons.org). Then click the Save button again.
Please note that like most online distribution services, SoundCloud terms of service require you to have copyright in, or permission for Internet distribution from the copyright holder of, any media that you upload.