The Radio module enables users to listen to web radio stations in a Discord server’s dedicated voice channel.
The Radio module must be first enabled by a server manager (someone with Manage Server permissions) by setting a web radio channel with the !rchannel command.
!rchannel [channel id, or "-"]
Sets a channel as the authorized web radio channel for the bot.
Running this command while being in a voice channel will turn the current voice channel into the authorized web radio channel. You can also use the ID of a voice channel.
Running this command while not in a voice channel and without any extra argument will show the current authorized web radio channel.
Using “-” as argument will remove the current authorized web radio channel and disable the radio module until a voice channel is authorized.
!rchannel !rchannel 123456789098765432 !rchannel -
Immediately stops the web radio stream. If 3 or more people are listening in the same web radio voice channel, a vote will happen.
For a “vote stop” to take effect, 70% of the voice channel members must agree.
Let’s assume there are 10 users in the web radio voice channel. The threshold for skipping is calculated as 70% of 10 = 7 (numbers will be rounded down if needed). For the “vote stop” to take effect, you would then need 7 positive votes.
“Vote stop” will not be active until there are 3 or more people in the voice channel (with one person, insta-skip is enabled and with two the threshold for skipping is 1). Server managers (users with “Manage Server” permissions) will bypass the voting system.