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  • GrahamCollinsGrahamCollins November 2017
    Here's a great bit of fun - TM now allow you to sit in the producer's chair and build your own sound - it's all fairly self explanatory.

    Go to

    You can download the results too.
  • IainJohnstonIainJohnston November 2017
    I did a quick tryout - and the "TM" vocals came out almost identical to the reelworld "do-it-yourself"
    Christmas kit thingy we all played with several years ago! Same "vocal inflections", texture.

    All good fun indeed to play with though :^)
  • mjb1124mjb1124 November 2017
    For Classic Hits, I think the "4-voice" style actually sounds fuller, oddly enough. Doesn't sound like each syllable is pieced together, either. But you'd think they'd offer a "classic" Dallas vocal sound (I suppose you could still ask for it).

    Incidentally, are any stations actually using EVO Classic Hits? I know none of the demo stations were, last I checked - WLS-FM and KLUV still have JAM, WHTT has TM's "Milwaukee's Oldies" packages, and KOOL-FM isn't using any jingles. Meanwhile, all the other EVO formats do have clients. I personally like the AC and Country (both regular and "Hot") packages the best.

  • tyty21tyty21 December 2017
    right. I guess WLS-FM is sticking to the jam stuff, since that's a long-time thing, maybe others will follow soon. You are true, maybe they can ask for a classic dallas sound for packages, would be nice.
  • mjb1124mjb1124 January 6
    Found a TM EVO Classic Hits station. Newly launched WBOW in Terre Haute, Indiana.