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There are thousands of radio stations you can hear on the Internet. Many are dull-as-dirt streams with nothing but songs played back-to-back nonstop. How boring!

Then there are the streams that are more fun to listen to because they have jingles, features, and produced imaging inserted into the mix. They sound like "real radio."

Don't settle for sounding like an iPod streaming from somebody's bedroom. Elevate your station's presentation to "real radio" status with Variety-Pak Volume 3.

Our third Variety-Pak is our biggest yet! There are nearly 1000 pieces of great audio to play with to enhance your oldies, classic hits, or country radio show or station.

You get generic jingles, shouts, acapellas, newly-recorded Sonovox words and phrases, dry and produced announcer cuts, contests, short music beds, comedy bits, and much more!

Check out some of the goodies you'll find in Variety-Pak Volume 3 below:

Variety-Pak Volume 3 full demo

Variety-Pak Volume 3 montage demo

Good stuff, huh? Pounce on the "buy now" button and a download link for Variety-Pak Volume 3 will be in your in-box in less than 24 hours!

Included in Variety-Pak Volume 3:

  • 136 generic jingles including cuts for features, gold & memories, home of the happy sound, music, radio, time, and weekend

  • 72 acapellas including cuts for features, gold & memories, music, radio, summer, and weekends

  • 72 shouts including cuts with the names of musical artists, gold & memories, and music

  • 33 retro-sounding commercial jingles (some with tracks!)

  • 29 contest elements including fully-produced "Name That Tune" and "Tele-Tune" clues

  • 33 building blocks (short music pieces you can add a shout, acapella, and/or your imaging voice to)

  • 27 generic announcer lines

  • 36 countdown items including generic jingles for numbers 1 through 30

  • 13 country acapellas, generic jingles, and shouts

  • 50 holiday items including acapellas, generic jingles, Sonovox, and "__ Days 'Til Christmas" files

  • 43 news and sports intros and beds

  • 28 retro-sounding short beds, perfect for laying underneath your station or show's imaging voice

  • 35 Sonovox words and phrases including cuts for gold & memories, music, and radio

  • 27 weather acapellas and generic jingles

  • 181 fully-produced generic stagers including cuts for decades, gold & memories, music, numbers 1-40, radio, weekend, and years

  • 51 "Have A Happy Day" jingles, instrumentals, and skits

  • 61 retro comedy bits including Mr. Information, Muscle Beach, and Walter

  • 13 short musical items and 12 brief synth pieces, perfect for imaging production

View the Variety-Pak Volume 3 cue sheet here.

Get Variety-Pak Volume 3 for just $99!

Variety-Pak Volume 3 is delivered over the Internet as CD-quality, descriptively-named WAV files, ready to import into your digital audio editor or burn to compact disc. Delivery occurs within 24 hours of receiving payment. Because this is downloaded audio, there are no refunds or exchanges. Please order carefully.

Terms and Conditions for use of Variety-Pak Volume 3

Variety-Pak Volume 3 is sold on a non-exclusive basis, which means you should purchase it before your competitors do!

When you purchase this fabulous package it means you agree to these simple terms:

You may not duplicate, sell or give away any portion of Variety-Pak Volume 3 to another person or business. That means that if you sell produced spots (your voice over one of our beds) that's fine! But you may not transfer to anyone else any portion of your Variety-Pak Volume 3 elements "in the clear."

That's it!

You may use Variety-Pak Volume 3 as long as you like with no further payments, and we are able to keep our price this low only because we actively discourage piracy. You should too! Enjoy the sound of these 60s and 70s jingles and spots, and you'll also enjoy sharing them with your audience!

Variety-Pak Volume 3 was produced from the archives of, and with the cooperation of Ken R. Deutsch.
No PAMS material is included.

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