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 2018 were back with a brand new internet radiostation.
Radio Lifeline plays all the greatest hits from the 60's, 70s, 80's, 90's and also the best top 40 hits.
All our audio source files are encoded in the AAC LC format with a variable bitrate of 300-360 kbps, then played out and streamed in the AAC and MP3 format at 128 kbps to our Linux Shoutcast server wich creates both audio streams @ 128 kbps for our listeners.
At this moment we are in a test phase, bringing you non stop hits 24/7.
Audio soundprocessing is in test phase now, Stereotool is used for this (thanks Hans for this super great tool) with the following components:
Repair -> declipper - delossifier and multiband noise reduction.
Processing -> Natural dynamics - Phase Rotation - Multiband Dynamic Equalizer - AGC - Stereo Enhancer - True Bass - Bass EQ - Multiband Compressor (9 bands) - Absolute High Enhancer - Bandpass Filter - Bass and Advanced Clipper - De-Esser and Final Limiter. The audio level for the streaming encoder is EBU 128 standard with a integrated loudness of -10 dB and -1dB TP (True Peak).