RAP-CD-logo-2Welcome to the July 2003 RAP CD. We open with a demo from this months interview subject, Rob Frazier at KLSX in Los Angeles. The demo has three segments. The first is a montage of commercials, followed by a sampler of sweeper/promo beds that Rob created with Sonic Foundry's Acid program, and wraps up with a few goodies that never made the air, but certainly deserve an audience. The last segment begins with, "Buy This Piss," a spot Rob refers to in the interview. Its an original Acid composition for a client that sells "clean" urine for folks needing to pass drug screening tests.

Track 2 is audio for this months feature article from Sean Bell at New Yorkshires Production Department (NYPD) on Theme Park Sound Design. Sean explains: "The top and tail are both commercial spots, and the features in between are taken from the high impact features that appear around the park, and across the car parks and entrance points." Track 3 is the commercial Ed Thompson refers to in his article "Inspiring Inspiration" on page 19. Tracks 4 11 give us some more great commercials starting with a spot from Rich Boerner, another member of the creative team at KLSX. Tracks 12 23 are promos, starting with a very creative sales promo on track 12 from Steve Thompson at Kool-FM [March 2003 RAP Interview]. We wrap things up with an unusual piece from the very talented Steve McKenzie who has been looking for a gig with his outstanding resume, which includes numerous awards. Unfortunately for Steve, he's been receiving some negative response to his job search. The piece is a result of his frustration with his search for a gig in this very tight job market. Steve explains: "I put together a "Steve McKenzie audio-biography", which I sent to one of the Chicago stations I have been talking with. It is part true, part humor. I was annoyed enough to create it."

1. Rob Frazier Demo, KLSX-FM, Los Angeles, California
2. Theme Park Sound Design Sampler, Sean Bell, NYPD, United Kingdom
3. Nebraska Heart Institute, Ed Thompson, Wyatt Radio, Omaha, Nebraska
4. Inspiral Condoms, Rich Boerner, KLSX, Los Angeles, California
5. Pure Freedom Conference, Lee Rugen, Moody Broadcasting, Chicago, Illinois
6. Fathers Day, Sterling Tarrant, Focus on the Family, Colorado Springs, Colorado
7. Chick-Fil-A, Gary Lee Michaels, WASK/WKOA, Lafayette, Indiana
8. Hoffman Tire/He Got It Right, Jack Cone, J-93.3, Atlanta, Georgia
9. Baked Dirt/Conscience, Mike Mlazgar, Standard Radio, Penticton, British Columbia, Canada
10. Golden Windows, Deborah Vandendiepstraten, Kool-FM, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
11. Cattle Baron, Richard Stroobant, CJAY92/Vibe 98-5, Calgary, Alb., Canada
12. Kool FM Sales, Steve Thompson, Kool-FM, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
13. Remember Vinyl?, Adam Garey, Homeland Wire Service, Las Vegas, Nevada
14. WWGR Concert, Andrew Frame, Renda Broadcasting of Southwest Florida
15. Fartopolooza, Blade, KZPS/KEGL, Dallas, Texas
16. May-Tallica Tickets, Brian Whitaker, KAZR-FM, Des Moines, Iowa
17. Oklahoma City Mission, Carol Davis, Blue Ridge Broadcasting, Black Mountain, North Carolina
18. 10 Second Say Our Name Game, Jay Love, Hot 104.5, New Orleans, Louisiana
19. Corus Community Cruiser, Mike Kaye, Corus Radio, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
20. Jimi Hendrix Weekend, Ian Seggie, Rawlco Radio, Saskatoon, Sk., Canada
21. Bud Radio , Ryan Stockert, CJAY92/Vibe 98-5, Calgary, Alb., Canada
22. Fathers Day, Shane Smyth, Lite FM, Dublin, Ireland
23. Religion to Us, Brent Blazieko, Rawlco Radio, Saskatoon, Sk., Canada
24. Steve McKenzie Audio Biography, Steve McKenzie, NextMedia Kenosha, Wisconsin

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