FOCUS FANTASTIC

Your Buddy in Music

FOCUS FANTASTIC

Focus Fantastic was in 1988 to 1990 the station of Leopoldsburg, Dessel, Westerlo, Balen. (near Hasselt Belgium) Studio address was at Nicolaylaan in Leopoldsburg. Frequencies were FM 107.6 from Dessel, FM 105.8 from Lommel and on FM 105.4 from Westerlo. Nowadays we broadcast via the internet.

One of the founders was Ritchy Olij who was also the inventor of pc radio back then with cassette tapes.

Radio programs were made and presented by, Klaas van het Hof, Gaston Starreveld, Ger van de Brink (R.I.P.) and Mark van Dale.

The station was so popular that the Focus Fantastic DJs were invited to parties and parties every weekend. For years, the sound and professional approach of the Focus Fantastic staff was the face of Leopoldsburg, Dessel, Westerlo, Balen (near Hasselt, Belgium) and the radio of many listeners.

Klaas van het Hof for years now "Your Buddy in Music" was responsible for making and compiling many radio programs and non-stop music.

Important for making these programs are of course Jingles, the Jingle package from Focus Fantastic was (still) the calling card of the Radio Station for the 80s.

Licensed by SOCAN (Canada) Socan 

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Winamp

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Windows player

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iTunes

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TuneIn

radio portals

OUR AUTOMATION SYSTEM

The program has a lot of possibilities. The crossfades are already very good with the standard setting of the program. A small disadvantage is that you get less feeling with the music because there are not really players present with a waveform.

The program is therefore less suitable for studios but even more so for internet radio stations. This is due to a very low CPU load on the PC or server. There are also possibilities to load DSP plugins and it even includes a request option. The beauty of StationPlaylist is that you can run multiple programs (radio channels) on a Windows machine. Another additional advantage is that the program does not need a sound card and can therefore run perfectly on a virtual machine (VPS).