Q: Why do DJs use drops in their mixes?
A: They use DJ drops to add life and energy to their mixes. Custom DJ drops are also used for branding.
Q: How to make your own DJ drop script?
A: To create your own DJ drops you need to think about what you need to accomplish with the drop. You can use the following script template to spark a few ideas: DJ Drops Script Template
Q: How much does a custom DJ drop cost?
A: A professional custom DJ drop can cost any where between $15 and 70 USD. You can get semi professional and amateurish DJ drops for way less than that though, say $5, on online marketplaces like Fiverr.
Q: Where to find DJ drops for making mixes?
A: You can get your custom DJ drops here at neilyhype.com/djdrops. We have American female DJ drops, Jamaican male DJ drops, and many more voices to come. All of our drops are recorded and mixed to professional standards.
Q: What is the difference between a DJ drop and a DJ name tag?
A: A DJ name tag is a form of DJ drop that usually says only the DJ name. A regular DJ drop can say a wide variety of other things and usually runs up to 10 seconds.
Q: How do I remove DJ drops from a song?
A: I would advise against doing that, but you can try using a program like Izotope’s Music Rebalance and see where it gets you.
Q: What would be good scripts for gospel DJ drops?
A: A good script for a gospel DJ drop could be, “Enjoy the blessings with DJ John, on Hot 95 FM” you can get some more gospel script ideas here: DJ Drops Script Template
Q: What do you look for in a radio sweeper or a DJ drop?
A: The main thing a DJ normally look for in a DJ drop/radio sweeper is the recording quality and performance delivery.