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New trending Glamorous Sung Jingles from LFM Audio

edited May 17 in Jingles Today!
LFM Audio composes Modern Sung Jingles for Glam Radio to ensure they have a trending sonic sound on the airwaves - 6 Themes with multiple cuts for just $2899.

These Sung Jingles are now available to be customised and resung for your station in either English or German for just $699 one time cost.

Make your station sing with LFM Audio!

Listen to the package:


For more info and to watch Behind The Scenes: http://www.lfmaudio.com/glam-radio
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  • edited May 20
    Sounds like a ReelWorld knock off. Nothing specialized here. A production guy in a radio station could match or far exceed and outdo. No disrespect but damn.
  • logodave wrote: »
    Sounds like a ReelWorld knock off. Nothing specialized here. A production guy in a radio station could match or far exceed and outdo. No disrespect but damn.

    I totally agree with what you're saying here. Again, it's no disrespect to LFM because many jingle producers are knocking this stuff out for Hot AC & CHR stations. I have a studio sound module & keyboard that can do most of these 'jingle' tracks (not that I can play at all well).
    It's not a dig at the producers of these types of packages, they are simply producing packages that match the music format. Hot AC & CHR these days is (mostly) just synthetic music, looped, sampling and effects. Therefore, we have jingles of like these. I can no longer listen to these formats, I guess it's an age thing!


  • Jingles like this makes one hope JAM sticks around (in one form or another)...
  • lfmaudio wrote: »
    LFM Audio composes Modern Sung Jingles for Glam Radio to ensure they have a trending sonic sound on the airwaves - 6 Themes with multiple cuts for just $2899.

    These Sung Jingles are now available to be customised and resung for your station in either English or German for just $699 one time cost.

    Make your station sing with LFM Audio!

    Listen to the package:


    For more info and to watch Behind The Scenes: http://www.lfmaudio.com/glam-radio

    I don't see any problem with this one.
    Feels more like an affordable alternative to those expensive "swingle" packs most major companies offer.
    As much I love "swingles", this feels a bit... okay. Not good, just okay to me.
  • "Swingle"
    ???
    Not a term I recognise?
    (Apart from Capital Radio in London 1973 with the Swingle Singers acapellas)
  • "Swingle"
    ???
    Not a term I recognise?
    (Apart from Capital Radio in London 1973 with the Swingle Singers acapellas)

    Sweepers + Jingles = "Swingles"
    Simple as that.
  • Tracks are good. Fresh and modern
    Vocals need some work.
  • So I'm a bit surprised by this frightening classification of these jingles. Where's your respect? Yes, in my opinion the jingles aren't really great either, the vocal group is not there yet, but at some point you start somewhere, right?
    Give the producer some time to gain experience and don't immediately destroy him with your ratings.
  • By the way, I think you're all too focused on JAM. Do not get me wrong, I love JAM, I grew up with it and I purchased JAM resings through Top Format in the Netherlands who blew it up but thats another story. Sometimes you have to accept other companies, other things, formats and other production methods and go with the flow at some point. Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members.
  • ompro wrote: »
    By the way, I think you're all too focused on JAM. Do not get me wrong, I love JAM, I grew up with it and I purchased JAM resings through Top Format in the Netherlands who blew it up but thats another story. Sometimes you have to accept other companies, other things, formats and other production methods and go with the flow at some point. Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members.

    Good point.
  • edited May 26
    I deleted my post. if 2 people only respond with 'LFM is an older company' then it's clear to me that they don't understand the point or that they only want to criticise others.
  • "These new companies, I love them"

    LFM have been around since 2004 - means they're probably as old as PAMS were eventually?

  • ompro wrote: »
    So I'm a bit surprised by this frightening classification of these jingles. Where's your respect? Yes, in my opinion the jingles aren't really great either, the vocal group is not there yet, but at some point you start somewhere, right?
    Give the producer some time to gain experience and don't immediately destroy him with your ratings.

    I don't see any disrespect here and I for one pointed out the following
    it's no disrespect to LFM because many jingle producers are knocking this stuff out for Hot AC & CHR stations. It's not a dig at the producers of these types of packages, they are simply producing packages that match the music format. Hot AC & CHR these days is (mostly) just synthetic music, looped, sampling and effects. Therefore, we have jingles of like these. I can no longer listen to these formats, I guess it's an age thing!

    And as mentioned by Ianjohnston LFM are not a new company. Just saying :)

  • edited May 26
    "And as mentioned by Ianjohnston"

    As ever, a quick note ... its "Iain" - eye-aay-eye-enn !
    (I'm not a spelling mistake !!! :) !!! )
  • ompro - I don't think the comments here were all that mean-spirited, plus you yourself said you weren't crazy about the vocals. Are we not allowed to have opinions? I would happen to agree that while the production value is decent, the vocals leave something to be desired. But LFM is a lower-budget company for whatever that's worth.

    And yes, most of us do love JAM and other classic stuff. I get that the old Dallas style is largely a retro thing now, that styles need to evolve, and I do think there is a good amount of well-produced modern jingles out there. But in all honesty, and with all due respect to today's producers, I'm not sure I'd be a jingle anorak if I had only been exposed to CHR jingles from the last 20 years. Just a matter of personal taste. And I'm under 40 for the record.
  • "And as mentioned by Ianjohnston"

    As ever, a quick note ... its "Iain" - eye-aay-eye-enn !
    (I'm not a spelling mistake !!! :) !!! )

    Oooops ... sorry Iain :)

    Well said mjb1124, opinions are a good thing!
  • "Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members".[/quote] I would LOVE to be around when someone posts that to YOU!!

  • mjb1124 wrote: »
    ompro - I don't think the comments here were all that mean-spirited, plus you yourself said you weren't crazy about the vocals. Are we not allowed to have opinions?

    I never stated the opposite. And I apologize if it came across like that.
    Everyone's entitled for their opinion but lately it feels in here like a club of "anything that is not like JAM is not good haters", get me?

    Maybe I was too touchy but I know how it is when you start things and I think this guy just starts a thing.

    Also a real problem in here is that if ppl like Reelworld stuff, they are punished right away.
    Some tolerance would be nice. I have heard stunning vocal arrangements by a guy who worked for them, I also heard crap from them. Its all a matter of perspective I guess.

  • nleibo wrote: »
    "Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members".
    I would LOVE to be around when someone posts that to YOU!!

    [/quote]

    So what are you trying to tell me with this clever message? Elaborate, please.
  • The ReelWorld guy I meant is Tim Davis, and here is a comp:
  • edited May 27
    nleibo wrote: »
    I would LOVE to be around when someone posts that to YOU!!

    I confess I misread your reply in the first place, you took my message disrespectfully I guess. I am truly sorry for this.

    I am 56 years old. I love Jingles from the 40s to the 80s, some 90s and I confess I like todays ReelWorld and Wise Buddah stuff, too. Plus I produce my own Jingles and Sonovox in German which nobody else does. Where does this put me to according to your books?

    You know, open minded people wouldn't post stuff like you did. You obviously felt personally attacked, WOW. This was never my intention.

  • edited May 28
    You're 56 years old--and you post ""Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members"--as if there's something WRONG with "70 year old members"--so I basically replied I "would like to be around in 14 years when YOU are 70"--and someone YOUNGER posts a comment like that--"disrespectful"? YUP!
  • For an internet only project, this is too much for too little. LFM is what I would call, the high end of the budget jingle companies. Their product is no TM, Ignite or ReelWorld.. but for a terrestrial with a limited budget.. it's better than nothing and compared with the other "budgets" out there, it is one of the better ones. For internet projects, just wait for iJingles to open up again. I recently got 8 cuts for $2K and they sound beyond awesome.
  • michi wrote: »
    For an internet only project, this is too much for too little. LFM is what I would call, the high end of the budget jingle companies. Their product is no TM, Ignite or ReelWorld.. but for a terrestrial with a limited budget.. it's better than nothing and compared with the other "budgets" out there, it is one of the better ones. For internet projects, just wait for iJingles to open up again. I recently got 8 cuts for $2K and they sound beyond awesome.

    "Better than nothing" indeed. I think LFM really pulled up a very good package for small radio stations.
    It's just that the vocals need to be improved little by little.
  • Bring back "The Evans & Martin Frontal Sound" !?!
    o:)
  • Now I have to seriously ask myself how old you actually are.

    You obviously misunderstood my message. What I meant is that at some point in life you also have to live with the innovations in the area of ​​Jingles. You can't expect that Jingles from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s would still be considered up-to-date today. That's just unrealistic.

    You quote part of a post of mine and twist it to a different meaning. That's why I won't answer any further.


    nleibo wrote: »
    You're 56 years old--and you post ""Otherwise this will become a very old club with +70 year old members"--as if there's something WRONG with "70 year old members"--so I basically replied I "would like to be around in 14 years when YOU are 70"--and someone YOUNGER posts a comment like that--"disrespectful"? YUP!

  • I agree!
    TigerQ105 wrote: »
    michi wrote: »
    For an internet only project, this is too much for too little. LFM is what I would call, the high end of the budget jingle companies. Their product is no TM, Ignite or ReelWorld.. but for a terrestrial with a limited budget.. it's better than nothing and compared with the other "budgets" out there, it is one of the better ones. For internet projects, just wait for iJingles to open up again. I recently got 8 cuts for $2K and they sound beyond awesome.

    "Better than nothing" indeed. I think LFM really pulled up a very good package for small radio stations.
    It's just that the vocals need to be improved little by little.

  • "These new companies, I love them"

    LFM have been around since 2004 - means they're probably as old as PAMS were eventually?

    Can you tell whom you quoted?
  • Besides that PAMS is a little older. Too bad you do not know.
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