SAM Broadcaster

SAM Broadcaster 4.7



This program received 13 awards


  • Main Window
  • Selecting a server
  • Encoders - New Plugin
  • Configuration - Crossfading
  • Configuration - Audio Mixer Pipeline
  • Desktop C
  • Desktop B
  • Main Window - Desktop A
  • Main Window

Editorial review

All comments (2)

Roberto Jimenez Senior editor

SAM Broadcaster is a powerful audio studio ideal for broadcasting both live and pre-recorded content. With this program your computer can become a real audio studio. To use SAM Broadcaster you need to have at least a 54kbps internet connection, soundcard, microphone, and a valid live stream hosting account for a stream hosting server.
You need to setup an encoder to supply the streaming server with a source stream. The program has different inputs, including two player decks, a voiceFX input, and auxiliary input. You can choose which input goes on air or preview the output before broadcasting. You can use the fade control to crossfade between songs. You can drag and drop files from the Windows Explorer onto the queue list or directly onto the player decks. It is recommended to load the Queue list, so your music will be ready before going on air. You can use any of the sound effects in order to enhance your broadcasting. All the media played is automatically added to the history list, so you can explore the last 200 files played.


  • You can preview the output before broadcasting.
  • It includes sound effects and a crossfade control.


  • Trial version works only for 14 days.

Comments on SAM Broadcaster


SI comments

Facebook comments

E-mail (will not be published)

  • 0
    Guest Last year

    What is your problem and your version number and also what OS are you running?

  • 0
    ScamBroadcaster Last year

    The software does not work properly and support is completely indifferent towards the customer. I purchased this software for $300 and when it didn't work, I was told that I needed to pay another $120 for an update because my hardware was "too advanced" for the software. I contacted support twice about this and asked them to resolve the problem but they told me they "don't support my version" and I need to pay AGAIN for an update. As a professional broadcaster, I can't recommend or use software. You have to babysit it in the background to make sure it's working properly and didn't crash and during a live show, this is really impossible when you have to focus on everything else. I would recommend this as a toy, but not for anything going out to the public if you value your reputation as a broadcaster or station. Their support (or lack thereof) is directly indicative of their intention. Make money with a sub par product and screw anyone who's dumb enough to give it to them.


SI comments

Facebook comments

Download Software Informer Client