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Dude, Where's My Camel?

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A little Middle-Eastern style Ethnic dance jam built around those 2 GarageBand Hammer Dulcimer loops that you were always wondering what to do with. Rhythm elements include, Tambourine, Tablas, Ceramic Drums, Udu, Triangle, and Crash cymbal.

Song length: 4:20
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Uploaded: Dec 02, 2005 - 09:48:23 AM
Last Updated: Dec 02, 2005 - 01:51:57 AM Last Played: Feb 07, 2019 - 05:38:07 AM
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GarageBand + JamPacks 1 & 2
upful75 said 4981 days ago (December 2nd, 2005)
Dude where's my cobra?
Nice track.
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DOS said 4980 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
I like this
this would sound good in a movie.

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dajama said 4980 days ago (December 3rd, 2005)
I like this. Cool piece full of movement. Does get a bit repetitive, though,
and I can't help thinking some words would work well with this. Very nice!
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InterDimensional said 4978 days ago (December 5th, 2005)
Thanks for your feedback!

I'm working on a new version of this track and will upload when I have something I'm happy with.

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zach.B said 4880 days ago (March 13th, 2006)
Dance party at the oasis!
This is a fun little jam. Someone posted "Dude where's my cobra" above and I think they have a point - it sounds like a snakecharmer or something.

The percussion is richly layered. The tablas really pull you through as well as the tamborine and whatever the other drums are. THe way they come in in steps in the beginning is nice.

In my opinion, the didjeridoo loop is a little out of place. That isn't to say that it couldn't work but it's just not the world's best didj loop out there (especially for creating the background drone effect). I think there are some better ones in Jam Pack 5.

I commented on another song of yours that in absence of an over-arching melody line, the high-pitched part of the rhythm track gets interpreted as a melody. Again with this song, a strong melody line would help the fact that it sounds a little repetitive.

Also, once you have a separate melody line, you can play with the structure so that the dulcimer rhythm doesn't have to repeat in every section of the song.

P.S. I like how you used the two Dulcimer loops in counterpoint in the second half.
alfalpha said 4647 days ago (November 1st, 2006)
...what a pity
...the track wouldn't play for me...
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