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Welcome to KJS Productions! If you're looking for high-quality audio for your project, but at an affordable price, you've come to the right place! We can handle all your production needs, including:
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February 5, 2012: KJS Productions is now on Twitter! Follow us @kjs_productions to be informed of new demos, product announcements, and more.
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This section features MP3 demos of our various services. Click on a package name to download the demo.
New! The RBP Package (CHR)
Created for Switzerland's RBP (Radio Blind Power), this package features jingles and music in a variety of styles, from Hip-Hop to Dance, Reggae to Drum 'n Bass.
New! The Wave (resung for CKSI, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
CKSI, 90.5 FM, is a tourist information station serving Thunder Bay, and is part of the Information Radio Network. This montage showcases how we resung The Wave for them. (See below for the original demo.)
Download our 2009 Jingle Sampler, which features new and resung jingles for customers including Northern Lights: The New Age Show, The Music Machine with Brian Hartgen, RBP (Radio Blind Power), Switzerland, and The Global Voice Internet Radio.
The Mosen Explosion Jingle Package (Various Genres)
Created for The Mosen Explosion Radio Show, hosted by Jonathan Mosen.
ACB Radio (Various Genres)
Over the years, KJS Productions has produced various jingles for ACB Radio, the American Council of the Blind's network of Internet radio stations.
This demo features a sample of these jingles, many of which were produced for ACB Radio Interactive (or ACBRI).
The Wave (AC)
Created for The Wave, New Brighton, New Zealand.
MBS FM (AC)
Created for MBS FM, Wanganui, New Zealand.
More demos of our services, including a new voiceover sampler, will be available in the future.
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The following are some answers to questions you may have regarding our services. If your question isn't answered here, please contact us.
Q: How much do your services cost?
A: Please contact us for our current price list.
Q: Can you do any work for free if I give you credit in my project?
Q: Is the music from your jingles available without lyrics, in other words as music beds?
A: We can produce music beds for your project as part of a complete package. Like our other products, these are only to be used for your imaging, and may not be redistributed. (see our terms and conditions page.) If you have any questions, contact us.
Q: How long does it take to do a production, such as a composition for a game? Also, do you do rush jobs?
A: For dry voiceovers, allow up to 24 hours turnaround time. Produced voiceovers may take longer, depending on the music and effects you may require. We cannot do rush jobs on jingles or custom music as they generally take longer for us to compose, add vocals, etc. Please allow up to 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.
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To order a production from us, first contact us and let us know what you'd like, such as a voiceover, music for a game, etc. Be sure to include details such as the type of music you'd like (such as Rock, New Age, Country), how many cuts you'd like produced etc., as well as whether you'd like the production uploaded to a web or FTP site (please specify location and any login info if required), or on CD (add $10 to your order).
Note: When ordering music for games, please describe what is supposed to happen in the game when the music is playing. For instance, "The player is walking down a dark passageway, looking over his/her shoulder as though expecting something to happen without warning."
We accept orders by cheque, or by using PayPal, which has various purchasing options, including credit cards, another PayPal account, etc. The invoice you'll receive upon completion of your production will provide instructions on how to submit payments.
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