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MPF Basics 065 Now Available
  • Number 65 in a series of collector downloads is now available for $20. MPF Basics 65 features the basic cuts of the following in the clear :

    Track 1 : Atlantic 252 – Thompson Creative – Custom - 1996 (3’52)
    Track 2 : Broadland 102 – TM Century – Composite - 1992 (6’22)
    Track 3 : KSRR (Star 93) – Thompson Creative – StarPower - 1990 (3’25)
    Track 4 : WFBC (B93.7) - TM Productions – New Horizons - 1989 (5’51)
    Track 5 : WLVK (K97) – TM Productions – America’s Country - 1988 (3’14)
    Track 6 : WMXJ – TM Century – Composite – 1994 (4’42)

    All jingles have been transferred directly from the reference reels and DAT'S and are uploaded as wav files for optimum quality. Head to and click 'products' to place your order. Once processed a download link will be sent to you.

    Tracks marked in bold are available as full collector dubs featuring the mixouts as supplied to the radio station. These are priced separately at $49. Durations of individual packages will vary and not all mixouts may be included on the master reference. Email for details.

    All jingles are for personal use only. They are NOT licensed for broadcast and may not be shared or posted in full online. All copyrights are still in force and the jingles remain the property of TM Studios, Inc. - Dallas, TX USA, Muff Murfin - Worcester, UK, S2Blue/Steve England Sale, UK, Tony Griffin Productions - Dallas, TX USA, Thompson Creative Productions (a division of Zone Radio Imaging, New York, NY) and/or Johnny Hooper.

    Sample montage featuring one cut from each track.
  • Would be nice to see a Thompson Creative "Small Orders" selection not of USA stations, but of some of
    the smaller UK stations' items, even if they were via a UK agent who had a certain very ORANGE website!

    E.g. Channel 103 Jersey, Castle Rock FM (Dumbarton, Scotland), and so on?
  • Thanks for the suggestion Iain. We haven't transferred a lot of the UK materials yet as we literally grab the first DAT out of the box. When we collected the archives from Thompson Creative they weren't in any kind of organised system or fully labelled so to go looking for something in particular is quite difficult when you have 2000+ DATs to work through!
  • Thanks Gents!
    I know we all appreciate what a mountain of material can appear on even just one shrink-wrapped pallet!

    I'm sure my suggestion is just one of many for potential "selections" anyway.
    Hope a few gems do appear in the boxes