Pepper Sound Studios was an American based early syndicator of radio station jingles and began life as a record company in 1957. By 1964 Pepper became a jingle production studio, having completely phased out the record company. They became known as Pepper-Tanner around 1967 and the name was changed once again to The William B. Tanner Company, or simply Tanner for short in 1972.
A package of jingles demonstrating how electronics or early synthesizers could be used to produce radio jingles.
If the electronic sound was too much for your ears, then this easy listening package might be better.