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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by zach_m » 08 Sep 2017 21:51

satnipper wrote:
04 Sep 2017 21:56
I think it is FGL from Mimizan on 91.1 MHz.

Stuart
Listened to FGL stream today and here is their jingle:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzU0xg ... 1iOVE/view

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by zach_m » 08 Sep 2017 22:16

How about Alouette ???

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzU0xg ... 82MUU/view

I think this is the one. I also have doubt whether it's Es or As or Tropo? As far as I remember that was a very brief skip (?). The whole recording is about 40 seconds long. There are two TX listed on fmscan (573 & 594km). Previous station received was Medradio from Casablanca and I remember that dipole was set in V.

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by satnipper » 08 Sep 2017 22:56

I'm pretty sure it is not Alouette.

Are you 100% sure it was 90,0 MHz?

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by zach_m » 08 Sep 2017 23:23

satnipper wrote:
08 Sep 2017 22:56
I'm pretty sure it is not Alouette.

Are you 100% sure it was 90,0 MHz?
I always double check the frequency, and I take a picture. Here is the one from 02 July

https://s26.postimg.org/6kdg221g9/WP_20 ... 55_Pro.jpg

And here are the details:

https://s26.postimg.org/5w4lj42qh/Untitled.png

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by PFM907 » 09 Sep 2017 08:17

Bonjour,

those synthetic jingles being used by FGL or them up-tempo ones from Alouette don't sound anything like the one u r looking 4.
This one we are searching is really sung and I insist this sounds very much like those produced by Freewaymusic.

I have been searching for all stations in F or AND usin 90.0 MHz and did not find any letter combination that reminds me of that I can hear or understand in the soundfile.

Another possibility would be some very small station using both, new up-tempo and old vintage jingles !??!

btw Did anyone search for MCO or LUX in FMLIST ?? (Monaco or Luxembourg). Even BEL could be possible.

The recording sounds a bit distorted like splash from 89.9 or 90.1 MHz. Anyone tried those frequency range?
I see some local called "R.M.J." from Châteauponsac on 90.1 FM or what about Vire FM from Vassy ???
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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by PFM907 » 09 Sep 2017 08:27

Freewaymusic writes:

Bonsoir
Le son est si distordu qu'il est impossible de reconnaître si nous avons produit ce jingle. On n'entend même pas le nom de la radio
Désolé
Cordialement

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by satnipper » 09 Sep 2017 09:13

Freewaymusic don't have dxers' ears!!

It's not Monoco, Andorra or Luxembourg and the latter two are not French speaking (despite everyone knowing FF.....). I don't think is is Belgium either.

Maybe help if one or two of our native French speakers had a listen, Ced?

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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by PFM907 » 09 Sep 2017 11:32

satnipper wrote:
09 Sep 2017 09:13
It's not Monoco, Andorra or Luxembourg and the latter two are not French speaking
This is not correct the way you wrote it. Many french radio stations like Médi 1, RMC Info, Sud Radio, Chérie FM, RFM, Rire et Chansons, RTL 2... are relayed in Monaco-Monte Carlo and NRJ, France Culture, France Inter are repeated in Andorra, however Catalan is widely understood. Although Letzebuergisch is the official first native language in Luxembourg, Luxembourg is widely-french speaking because of international business and bank accounts. Did anyone ever try to open up an enterprise in Letzebuergisch language??? Luxembourg does have radio stations in Letzebuergisch, German (RTL Radio), French (L'esentielle) and Portuguese (Latina FM and Interculturel).
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Re: Unid 90 Mhz French ears needed

Post by satnipper » 09 Sep 2017 12:39

Actually the way I wrote it is perfectly correct. French is the main language spoken in Monaco. Andorra is Catalan speaking. Luxembourg is Luxembourgish. Most inhabitants of Andorra and Luxembourg can understand and speak French.

Stuart

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