Radio stations in Asia, Particularly in the South East, like in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore. Stations here have unique needs when it comes to their radio imaging and production for the morning block.
It’s a multi-culture approach and there is no one size fits all imaging service that fits the needs of imaging and morning show producers.
Sure, there are several updating services out there. But often times they are tailored and more often than not, sorry to use this but “left-overs” from already aired productions in major networks.
Now what to do:
1.) Create your own sounds. Your spring board is your listeners. Whatever format you have, start with the listeners in mind.
You need a new promo or intro for your station’s morning show? You don’t need to use the most expensive production service out there. Use sounds that are relevant to your listeners. Listener clips, and use voices of your morning jocks, it’s a no brainer.
2.) But you still need FX right? Go for libraries that intended and designed for morning shows. These FX collections contain relevant audio elements that grab listeners attention. Not just bangs, the booms and the swooshes, but drops, clips and sound bytes that are morning show friendly.
One such collection of morning show imaging and production FX are the Morning Freqz Volumes 1 and 2.
Here have a listen to the demo and contact the site on how to get this for your station
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By now of course you’re familiar with the FX packages by the Dutch team of Sticky FX. Their libraries ‘Glide’, ‘Pink Noise’, ‘Cool Cutz’ and the latest one ‘Brain Freez’ are heard worldwide on hundreds of stations in different formats. But they’re now doing something off the hook for a limited time only, offering a gigantic discount when you order the bundle of Brain Freez and Pink Noise.
“The FX stuff of Sticky FX is all highly usable but the combination of these two libraries is absolute production freedom for me!” – Maurice Verschuuren of Novaz Media Group
What if you would combine the force of two of the libraries by Sticky FX? Would it work? Will it blend together? Will it enforce the individual strengths of each library? “If you make the right combination? Abso-freakin’-lutely” says Maurice Verschuuren of Novaz Media Group.
For one of his last productions he combined the force of ‘Pink Noise’ with the more subtle CHR sound of ‘Brain Freez’ and the result is stunning. Verschuuren tells: “The FX stuff of Sticky FX is all highly usable but the combination of these two libraries is absolute production freedom for me! When I do production for great Dance Radio Shows like The Davies Twinz and Brennan Heart’s Harder, I just love the incredible force of ‘Pink Noise’ and ‘Brain Freez’ by Sticky FX.
A while back at RadioJinglesPRO.com we featured his production work for Brennan Heart who’s one of the leading brands in international hardstyle music. NOVAZ produced the imaging for his worldwide radio show “We are hardstyle” and the SLAM!FM adaption called: “SLAM! Harder”. Voiced by award winning top dog Dave Foxx.
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The newest library by Sticky FX called Brain Freez is just released a couple of weeks ago and already finds its way to the airwaves of the biggest stations on the planet. For example New York’s legendary WPLJ – 95-5 PLJ was one of the first to put this new razor sharp library on the air.
Creative Services Director Dan Kelly of PLJ tells us why: “I really like these fx! It’s modern, it’s cool sounding without being crazy in your face. The 290 FX in Brain Freez are aggressive but CHR friendly while also good for Hot AC, even AC if used properly.”
There’s of course loads of Breakers, Hits, Slams and Impacts but it also includes Beat Starters which are super short filler type FX that make starting or ending a promo incredibly easy. And of course lots of Sweeps with long tails that help you smooth out your production and make your imaging sound more cohesive.
Dan Kelly continuous: “These FX announce that you’re a hip station without hitting the listeners over the head with it. Really cool stuff! It’s a very multi-use package that has everything you need from Drones to sharp short stuff.”
So check out this audio demo of Brain Freez being used in PLJ’s latest imaging now on the air in New York. Or get Brain Freez right now for your station! It’s available for immediate download as buy out for your station at www.stickyfx.com
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The Radio Imaging Library (TRIL) is the first custom, online FX-library. A team of FX-producers from all over Europe have worked relentlessly to create this revolutionary new way to create radio imaging.