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Seeking for jingle inspiration (after having written a lot of lines by myself)


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At the moment, I'm writing new lines for jingles. There's quite much in a Word file already. But being not a native English speaker, sometimes the inspiration is lacking a little.

 

Before I contact my voiceovers: do you know some lines, fitting a station playing feel good/relaxed/funky music (and music roughly released from 1988-2003, so: many 90s songs)?

 

-Some general lines and station slogans (one of the lines in my Word file: "Don't touch that mouse, Good Vibrations keeps rewinding the tape.")

-Some lines fitting specific parts of the day (a line already broadcasted at my station: "The heart of Europe awakes.")

-Some lines fitting specific days of the week (one of the lines in my Word file: "Almost weekend, enjoy the final part of the work week with an exiting mixture of retro sounds. All friday long.")

-Some lines fitting a saturday night show with party music (one of the lines in my Word file: You are listening to the Saturday Night Party Pub at Good Vibrations. The soundtrack to prepare for going to the club, your next back to the 90s party, or just to get in the right mood.")

 

Thanks already, if you have something to add to it. :)

Good Vibrations (90s flavoured webradio): Listen directly - Station info and playlist
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Hi WWZ,

 

I can write You a complete story about your question ...

and I can make some examples ...

Well ... I did

 

Attached some examples of how it could sound

inspiration :)

Last but not least :

As I-radio don't use lines who are too long, nobody is listening to it ...

and for reason that in an earlier post You wrote about the time zones of different parts of the World ...

the solution is = "Keep it simple"

 

Short as a blink of an eye ... it don't disturb the music content, and it keeps the focus of Your listener

 

The attached examples are even too long ... but they give you an idea of the content of used lines

2013 03 22 WWZ 01.mp3

2013 03 22 WWZ 02.mp3

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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Thanks. :)

 

Making use of the word 'WWZ' is difficult, because most listeners probably don't know what I mean with that. But the text 'we can blow the speakers' is already a good suggestion. I've put 'Good Vibrations blows your speakers, twenty four seven' in the Word document. :)

 

(About the 'WWZ' word: from time to time, there's already a jingle broadcasted with the text 'for more info, visit double you double you zapper dot com.' That's more clear.)

Edited by Wwzapper
Good Vibrations (90s flavoured webradio): Listen directly - Station info and playlist
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Thanks,

 

I agree with Your point of view

I just made both examples as a point of view how a result can be

 

However the callname WWZ should be an awesome name to both people of the EU and to people of other regions in the World ... WWZ sounds good and international

That way "good vibrations" can be used as "slogan" of the station

Thanks. :)

Making use of the word 'WWZ' is difficult,

Sometimes its better to use a VOX sample between two lines (such as : it can blow your speakers) ... it gives more power to the content

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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