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I got the World Jam Pack for my birthday so I've been playing around with it, enjoying all the different instruments and loops. I was fascinated by the African singers and wondered if I could do something like that. So I decided to try.

This piece is very short (under a minute) and all the voices are me. I threw in a zulu drum track in the middle just for fun. I hope you enjoy my experiment (and yes, the words are nonsense since I don't speak the language).
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Uploaded: Jan 07, 2008 - 12:55:32 AM
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2008 - 12:12:38 PM Last Played: Sep 18, 2019 - 07:46:24 PM
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thetiler said 4302 days ago (January 7th, 2008)
I thought Joanna that you overlayed the Jam pack, but that is terrific that you did all the singing yourself.
Hope everthing is going for you. I did a new One Bad Dude song and used the Tyler O'Tool name as reference in the song a few times. Hope you don't mind.

Hope your having success with your writing. Great to see you back!

Thanks for sharing your experimentation which really sounds nice !
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drakonis said 4301 days ago (January 7th, 2008)
This is a wonderful success, IMHO... you did very nicely coming up with an African Folk Chorus sound. I can instantly imagine listening to (and loving) an extended version of this, with a chorus section that drops the drums and has a wailing lead Joanna singer over the top, then back into the chugging rhythms and rich harmonies. Cool!

Maybe I should try to think up something you CAN'T do :-) No, that would be futile. :-)

Hey, nice photo up there... is he playing a bongo, or is he just happy to see you? (smirk)

Always a joy to hear your versatile voice!
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Mystified said 4301 days ago (January 7th, 2008)
I love this experiment!
The textures and differences in each 'voice' is fantastic :)

Thanks for sharing this!
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caroline said 4299 days ago (January 9th, 2008)
just what i needed...
a hit of joanna!! faaabulous - thank you - big hugs, big loves xoxoxox
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Alannah said 4283 days ago (January 25th, 2008)
I actually ......
... listened to this one day .. and commented .. and then my old beater of a computer crashed before my comment saved ... so I knew I would be back for another listen and DEFINITELY to comment .... I am lost for words now but WOW WOW WOW Joanna ... I cannot believe you can do all those voices ... I wanna do all those voices .... this is solid in my ears .... gonna listen again before I wrap this comment up here .... first off I am a HUGE fan of voice(s) all singing together .... especially the african and aboriginal choir voices ... and the fact that you pulled this one off earns you my deepest bows (as Fran would say) ...
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Savage_Beast said 4257 days ago (February 20th, 2008)
I love the World Jam Pack. Nice work, Joanna.
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davisamerica said 4235 days ago (March 13th, 2008)
right then joanna
very nice ... u need paul simon singing over this ... lol ...naw ... is just perfect with you. thanks for the listen ... enjoyed!
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Hi, I'm Joanna (not Jo, that's someone else). Garageband has allowed me to indulge my love for singing beyond concerts in the shower. My favorite part of songwriting is writing the lyrics. This makes sense, of course, because writing is what I d... [see more]

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A cappella music is vocal music or singing without instrumental accompaniment, or a piece intended to be performed in this way. A cappella is Italian for from the chapel (music); the term is due to restrictions on the use of instruments in medieval c

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