The Lab have produced several nameplate stings for Darren Reddick, DJ for Planet Rock Radio.
The purpose of these nameplate stings was to primarily advertise the radio station, and to secondly promote the DJ to the listeners.
|Planet Rock 1||Punk rock with American voiceover||Play|
|Planet Rock 2||Hardcore with choppy edited American voiceover||Play|
|Planet Rock 3||Guitar noise with screamed DJ name and American voiceover||Play|
These are a few short compositions for indents in-between music TV programming. A brief was set out for each as the individual channels have their own musical style and flavor, to suit the tone of the channel.
|Magic 1||Angelic Harp with lots of echo||Play|
|Magic 2||80’s pop ballad feel, with 808 drums||Play|
|Smash Hits Long||Teeny-boppin’ pop with slap bass||Play|
|Smash Hits Short||Teeny-boppin pop with slap bass (shortened version)||Play|
|Box||Grooving Hip-hop with beatboxing||Play|
|Kerrang TV||Chunky Thrash Metal Guitar||Play|
|The Hits||Commercial House sound, with filtered piano||Play|
|Stonecoldbluff Poker Podcast Theme||Theme tune for UK poker team StoneColdBluff.co.uk to use in podcasts and videoblogs||Play|
The Lab were asked to pitch for a theme tune, by a certain unnamed British Broadcasting Corporation, for a new song competition show.
The brief was “Exciting, Big Sound, X Factor, Catchy, Memorable”. Here are some examples of the music we pitched:
|8 Plus 3||Driven Guitar with a catchy pop topline||Play|
|Hook Line Plectrum||Very hooky guitar topline||Play|
|Movement 5000||A modern, edgy dance theme||Play|
|Rockin Organ Party||Excitable rock, with an organ topline||Play|
|The X Tractor||Designed to sound a lot like the X Factor||Play|
This music was produced to portray a snapshot of the Royal Court of Camelot.
|Camelot||Majestic and full of wonderment||Play|
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