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Guide To Create Your Radio Jingles

Guide To Create Your Radio Jingles


How many times have you wondered how those jingles that aired over the local radio station were made? And how many times have you thought about making your own radio jingle for your business advertisement?


If you are most business advertisers, you would really love to have your own radio jingle for your company. It’s a time trusted strategy that has been used by such huge icons in the industry like Coca-cola with their famous Always Coca- cola Song. There is a short montage of Coca Cola radio jingles at www.jinglemad.com. Famous
Dallas radio jingle companies like Jam and TM had even tweaked the coke jingle lyrics into DJ and Radio Station ID jingles.


Then there’s McDonalds who have had a series of popular jingles aired on TV and radio. They even tapped Justin Timberlake for the jingle song “I’m Lovin’ It”.


In The Philippines, McDonalds commissioned the American Idol Finalist Jasmin Trias who sang “Love Ko To” the Filipino radio jingle counterpart of Timberlake’s “I’m Lovin’ It”. The phenomenal success of the radio jingle Love Ko To even captured the hitlists in various radio stations in the
Philippines.


Now back to creating your own jingles. Your first option would be is to contact famous radio jingles companies in the
United States like Jam Creative Productions or Thompson Creative. These companies have been making radio jingles since the era of Disco and Motown. You can visit their website at www.jingles.com or at www.thompsoncreative.com. Listen to their demos online and contact them right away.


You may also find local radio jingles producers Voicewagon Services. This company is operated by Ms. Jingle Buena and has written and sung many TV and radio jingles for advertising campaigns like Creamsilk, Ladies’ Choice, Jollibee and Shakies. You can visit Voicewagon at www.voicewagonservices.com.


A good alternative for creating your own radio jingles is of course by creating it yourself. If you have a knack for singing, you can grab that microphone and with the help of audio editing softwares like Adobe Audition (www.adobe.com), you can overlay instrumental tracks with your voice track.


You may need though to ask the support of audio designers to help you with the mixing. Or better yet get a crash course for audio design and mixing at www.adobe.com and finally get that radio jingle you want.


There’s another great website in the internet that
will you help create that cool and hip radio jingles. InstaSong.com is a website fully dedicated in creating custom songs that you can use for your radio jingles.


They can write and fully produce a song at a minimum of $4.95. They can even do birthday songs, and wedding songs.

There are still a lot of companies out there that offer complete solution for your radio jingles like GMI Media Jingle Freaks.


Whether you choose to avail services from such renowned radio jingles companies or explore your hidden talent for crafting quality radio jingles, always ensure to have quality and distinct radio jingles that will surely standout and deliver your message across.

 

You can get the freshest news and articles about radio jingles and station identification jingles at www.radiojingles.co.nr. More imaging news and radio industry topics coming up.

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Fan Petitions for GMA Radio Format Flip

 

To: GMA Network

 

97.1 Barangay LS is the greatest station since Febuary 14, 2007. I will tell you the reasons why.

 

  1. It is a 100% turnaround from the former Campus Radio.
  2. Playing bubblegum pop, OPM and other mass-based music forms and music popularized by GMA’s stable of recording artists.
  3. Its format is comparable to that of 90.7 Love Radio, Alam Mo Na Yan 101.9 For Life!, Yes FM 101.1, I-FM 93.9, 102.7 Star FM and 91.5 Energy FM
  4. It has on-air personalities speaking only in Tagalog (especially the timechecks).
  5. RGMA, through its head Mike Enriquez, launched 97.1 Barangay LS Forever!

 

Since Campus Radio is over, it is all right. 97.1 Barangay LS also happened to Heart 103.5 (reformatted from 103.5 K-Lite), 99.5 Hit FM (reformatted from 99.5 RT) and 92.3 X FM (reformatted from 92.3 Joey). They reformatted these stations, including 97.1 Barangay LS, because they want to make it better. If you want 97.1 Barangay LS, sign your your petition here.

 

 

Website for Radio Junkies

 

The Radio Imaging Portal

Radio Jingles Philippines is a Radio Imaging Portal. A Philippine-based website aimed at providing the latest information, trends and news in the Radio Broadcasting Industry particularly — Imaging. The site delivers the most up-to-date news on the hottest selling jingle package, the most talked about voice imaging producer, the most cutting-edge production and music libraries, the most award-winning imaging ideas and programming techniques, all in a daily basis targeting broadcasters, producers, program directors and radio enthusiasts from the Philippines, across South East Asia and around the world.

Free promotion

Radio Jingles came into being in November of 2005. Designed to be a non-commercial website, Radio Jingles not only delivers the latest industry news but offers useful recommendations and free publication of product and services. Imaging producers from the Philippines and around the world get the freshest idea on where to go and what to buy for their next imaging and production projects. Jingle companies, big or small, production houses, old and new, voiceover providers, local or foreign get to have a chance to expose and promote their products and services to thousands and thousands of radio broadcasters and enthusiasts alike at no charge.

More Creative Ideas

The ultimate objective of Radio Jingles is to be able to bring more creative sparks to local but world-class imaging producers. Radio Jingles informs of the latest tools to bring more hype and excite in today’s radio. The site aims to bring out more creative imaging producers as radio continues to evolve in the next half century.

The website’s URL is found at http://www.radiojingles.co.nr