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TranceChill is a premium radio show for everyone who enjoys uplifting, progressive and vocal trance and ambient.
Since the beginning on December 7th, 2003, the host Alf Otto Fagermo aka. skoen, has presented the latest in electronic music on a total of over ten different radio stations. The premiere was on an international radio station called SuprNova.Radio, and then the show was spanning over five hours every Thursday night. It has since then been moved, but ever since the launch on a Norwegian radio station the show got established as a perfect way to start up the weekend with a four hour show every Friday. After 2009, the show got specialized a a trance-only show and reduced to two hours.
The main goal for the show has always been to be different from others. And even though the show has been a somewhat mixed show since episode 570, the show is still produced very different than others. Compared to similar shows TranceChill is produced in a software with limitied manipulation options. This means that the main goal to fill an episode goes into finding enough of the new tracks that match each other in terms of beats per minute. This way the show is very unique in the way that it contain longer segments with the same BPM, but that the show has a flow and progression to it because of the track selection.
Episodes vs podcasts
In January 2015 the content of TranceChill was expanded with a podcast edition of the show. This may cause some confusion in which that both the main show and the podcasts are available for subscription as podcast on iTunes and other services. The main difference is this:
- An episode is two hours long and starts with the long intro and has a focus of broadcast. An episode also contains show IDs and talking. An episode also may contain up to four different segments of tracks in different BPM.
- A podcast is usually about an hour long and starts with a very short intro and can be compared to similar mix shows and trance mixes. A podcast does not contain other show IDs than the first one, and no talking. A podcast only consists of one segment with between 9 and 11 tracks in the same BPM.
- An episode is aired weekly.
- A podcast is released in a semi-regular fashion.
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