Instrumental Sing Along

I had the privilege of being involved in WMCO 90.7, the radio voice of Muskingum University. Even though this is my last semester as a radio DJ, I’ve had a spectacular time working with a group of highly talented students who are amazing at what they do.

I had a specialty show called “Sassy Story Time” where I would talk about science in a way that was understandable to the general public. With specialty shows, you get to play your own music as long as the music is clean (no swearin’ or dirty language) and legally purchased (ITunes, purchased CD, etc). I typically play Pentatonix, Lindsey Stirling, Alabama Shakes, and so on. I have to say, it’s been a blast being one of the first DJ’s to play PTX on air.

As the semester comes to a close, DJ’s will be playing Finals Week Shows. The fun of it is that you can play whatever music you want but again it has to be clean and legally purchased. We’ve had student DJ’s play anything from classical to hard rock. That’s the fun of it because you don’t know what will be played.

One of my friends in WMCO and I will be doing a show with a theme called Instrumental Sing Alongs. And it’s exactly what it sounds like. When she and I are on air, we will be singing the instrumental parts from the last song we played. We got the idea when we were driving around listening to Fall Out Boy. Both of us were coming back from Pittsburgh from a conference and had our sorority sisters in the back seat of my car going “You guys are nerds.” We didn’t care. We were deliriously tired and were having a blast.

Ta!

 

Noelle

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