Radio Lifeline started broadcasting in the early eighties in a town called Lier, 17 km east of Antwerp. The programs were broadcasted on the fm band ( 103.3 Mhz).
In 1986 Lifeline stopped broadcasting and now in 2016 were back with a brand new internet radiostation, Radio Lifeline.
This radiostation plays all the great hits from the 60's till now.
At this moment we are in a test phase, bringing you non stop hits.
Broadcasting is done in three formats, AAC+ 128 kbps high bitrate, AAC+ 64 kbps low bitrate and MP3 at 128 kbps.
Audio soundprocessing is in test phase now, Stereotool is used for this with the following components:
Repair -> declipper - delossifier and multiband noise reduction.
Processing -> Natural dynamics - Multiband Dynamic Equalizer - AGC - Stereo Enhancer - True Bass - Multiband Compressor (9 bands) - Absolute High Enhancer - Bandpass Filter - Singleband compressor - Clipper and Final Limiter. The audio level for the streaming encoder is EBU 128 standard with a integrated loudness of -12 dB and -3dB TP (True Peak).