The demo above lets you hear the music and sound design we created in its pure form - this is just one of the many mixes we supplied.
To change things up we not only seamlessly blended, mixed and mashed the songs together but the tracks were also combined with Real's sonic logo and some creative voice-over copy we wrote.
The result is a set of cuts that are powerful but also fun and playful and they set a great tone for the launch of Real Radio Wales.
It was a tiny township which seemed to be little more than a pub and service station. This inevitably meant the development of staging posts and the towns of Gundaroo and Collector sprang up.
Then the town was by-passed by the Federal Highway. It is said that, in spite of its obviously 'English' name, the town takes its name from an Aboriginal word 'colegdar'.
Its true moment of fame came five years later when, on 26 January 1865 the bushranger Ben Hall and his gang held up the publican.
At the time most of the police and able-bodied men in the town were out searching for Hall and his gang.
Today the Federal Highway by-passes the town but it is still worth visiting for the historic Bushranger Hotel and the memorabilia associated with Ben Hall's bushranger gang.
Bushranger Hotel It is hard to imagine that there was a time when Collector had five inns. It was built in 1860 out of ironstone and named Kimberley's.
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There is a monument to Nelson outside the pub and just along the road.