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Keep your radios tuned to your independent local stations over the next two weeks if you wish to enter our prestigious TDK Jingle Writing Competition featured on pages 32/33.

A specially commissioned radio advert for the competition featuring Paul Gambaccini will be broadcast 168 times on the major ILR stations throughout the nation. It contains a quickfire selection of previous TDK jingles, and it's worthwhile listening to these to see exactly what you're up against. What we're looking for are well presented, top class ideas for a new 60 second jingle as opposed to superbly recorded efforts that never really get off the ground ideas-wise.

If you've always wanted to break into the fast, commercial world of advertising jingles, this really is a not-to-be missed opportunity. So get cracking - the next commercial for TDK could be a commercial for you!

Results

Gateway Studio Competition

Many thanks to all those that entered January's competition and for all your suggestions on possible future articles. Most people correctly identified the close-ups of recording equipment, but for everyone's information the answers were as follows: A.9 B.6 C.5 D.4 E.8 F.2

First prize goes to Gary Holder of Middlesex, second prize to Miss C Glasby of Sheffield and runner-up prizes go to the following 10 people:

Dennis Moody, Cottingham, N Humbs.
Pauline Stutt, Chippenham, Wilts.
Graham Griffiths, Donnington, Shrops.
N M Edmondson, Abergavenny, Gwent.
M Wilkinson, Garforth, Leeds.
Richard O'Hagan, Plymouth, Devon.
S Parikian, London.
Mark Leigh-Davis, Epping, Essex.
Andrew Jones, Colindale, London.
Bryan Dearsley, Bethersden, Kent.



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Home & Studio Recording - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

Home & Studio Recording - Apr 1985

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