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Things To Consider When Writing Script for DJ Drops

Lets get straight to it.

You need to make sure that your script makes sense both to the voiceover artist and your listeners.

You want the artist to clearly understand the message in the script so they can deliver it with confidence (without sounding like they are reading from a script)

An example of a bad script is, “Now in mix DJ Hype. Yep”

Imagine you’re a voiceover artist and a client sends that script to you, would you be able to deliver it with 100% confidence? I think not.

An example of a good script is, “You’re now in the mix with DJ Hype, on Hot 95 FM”

That’s a good script because the message is crystal clear.

Another thing you need to take into consideration is if your DJ drop would be better suited for a male or female voice artist.

Imagine being a male voiceover artist and one day a male client sends in a script that reads, “DJ Mark, you are making me hot”

That job would be rejected immediately! right? Exactly.

So for the best end result, make sure that your script suits the personality and gender of the voiceover artist.

Thats all I have to say for today.

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