eCarillon Bell and Music Scheduling Software

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Backup Installations (+$35 each)

Our easy to use software will allow your organization to schedule music and bell sounds to play at the desired times and dates. 

Our intuitive, graphical interface allows you to quickly get your music or bell schedule built and running like clockwork. The included music library helps you manage and use any .wav, .wma or .mp3 music or sound you would like-- no restrictions. You're in control and are able to build your schedule down to the minute or make as many different schedules as you would like.

Other useful features include:

  • Hourly and Westminster chimes
  • Song Randomizer to make music selection hassle free
  • Playlist to organize and readily use your music
  • Built-in Calendar for booking your schedules daily, weekly or yearly
  • Clone schedules so you're not starting from scratch
  • Predictive Assist to help you build schedules in a flash
  • and more

System Requirements (minimum):

Remember, eCarillon comes with a 30 Day, 100% Peace-of-Mind guarantee

Still not sure yet? Try it FREE for 14 Days

Note: Product is delivered via digital download only

Customer Reviews

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Kathy Joseph (Bear Lake, US)

eCarillon Ultimate Pack

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Gary Helming (Portland, US)

I like the software the sounds of the Westminster time chimes could be more full sounding. Like those of Big Ben other than that it’s a great value.

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Richard Jones (Millis, US)
eCarillon Full Pack

Installed it to revitalize a very old Verdin system. Set up very easy. No problems.

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Timothy Tucker (Little Rock, US)
More music

You need to add patriotic songs and more Advent songs.

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Rae Myles (Lawrenceville, US)
Software works; but not user friendly

I had to write a manual on how to use this. I could not find a PDF manual to download. It is not as Unser intuitive as I would like. There are no context sensitive "Mouse Right-Clicks" . Once you get used to the User interface, its okay