The Radio Imaging Library (TRIL) is on air now on Hollands number one hit music station Radio 538!
And imaging producer Niels Franken is happy with the first online custom FX-library:
“The Radio Imaging Library is very easy to work with. It gives us a huge selection of FXs for the imaging of Radio 538 and if we need something special that we couldn’t find in the large database, the TRIL team makes it custom for us! How easy can it be!”
Founder of Capital of Media, Anthony Timmers: “Great news to be on air at 538 with The Radio Imaging Library! The fastest growing custom online FX- library is celebrating the new year. It’s about time your radio station gets new FXs in your imaging, and now only in January and February with this huge discount.. but with the full service! Every month new TRIL FXs available for download + our exclusive service to get custom FXs for your radio station!”
The Radio Imaging Library already has hundreds of FXs ready for direct download in different categories, such as atmospheres, breakers, starters, enders, impacts, risers, hitbeats and beepers. TRIL is now available in two different ways: as a buyout for 660 euros (normally 1000 euros), but can also choose for the full membership with monthly and custom FX updates for 825 euros per year (normally 1250 euros).
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All files can be downloaded in 48kHz, 24-bit WAV-files and have logical file names, so that the FXs can be easily traced in your ProTools sessions. Every month TRIL is updated with at least 10 new FXs, but as an Imaging Director you have the opportunity to put in requests. Do you need something special for your production and do you need it fast? All registered users of TRIL can request custom effects, that will initially only be available for you. After a month this effect will be available for all members of The Radio Imaging Library. All details on theradioimaginglibrary.com and capitalofmedia.com.
February update montage
Listen to our February update montage to hear what FXs are added to The Radio Imaging Library + imaging of Radio 538! Find the link below.