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Book details
  • Genre:MUSIC
  • SubGenre:Individual Composer & Musician
  • Language:English
  • Pages:76
  • Hardcover ISBN:9798350948479

Woodajor - Book of Songs: Volume I

by Jordan Woodall

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This is an interactive book of songs. You can scan a QR code to watch and listen to a wide variety of songs rendered by Woodajor.
This is an interactive book that features an exciting collection of songs. The book allows you to scan a QR code and instantly watch or listen to a wide variety of songs that are rendered by Woodajor (Jordan Woodall). Whether you're a music enthusiast or simply looking for new tunes to enjoy, this book has something for everyone. With Woodajor's performances, you'll be transported into a world of mesmerizing melodies that will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired. So go ahead, grab your copy of this interactive book today, and experience the magic of music like never before!
About the author
Music has always been a huge part of my life, but in 2015, I discovered an app called Musical.ly, and it was all the hype of that time. You could record yourself in multiple videos to create musical masterpieces. Once I learned about it, I was hooked and started making songs; they were pretty simple then, but I knew a lot about breaking down songs from playing piano and my time in the choir. After graduating, I kept making songs using this app, which now switched to another app called Gridplay that did the same thing but a little bit better. It wasn't a social platform, so I could create the music without sharing it with everyone on the internet. Instead, with people I wanted to hear who were on Instagram and Facebook. Unfortunately, Gridplay and Musical.ly no longer exist, but my love of this art form continues. I began learning how to create the same kind of videos that I did on Gridplay and Musical.ly in Adobe Premiere Pro. I discovered how to sync the vocals and line up the videos in a grid, giving it a choir effect of simply me. Today, the process has become a lot easier. I'm happy that I can still do this, and it's a rarity because phone apps that allow people to do this don't exist anymore, which makes it a unique art form. I hope you enjoy listening to the songs I created using this process, and thank you for your time and support.