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P!NK’s Emotions

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Submitted by: Bailey Stewart

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For this assignment, we had to create our own audio assignment, it could be a mashup of music or sounds, all it had to do was be mixed.  For this assignment, I chose to create a mash-up of four different songs from the artist P!NK.  These four songs all show the different emotions that she was feeling when she wrote and sang the songs.  Each song is connected by a similar lyric from the previous song.  For example, in "So What" she beings the chorus with, "So what, I'm still a rockstar" and "Raise Your Glass"'s chorus begins with "So raise your glass if you are wrong".  These two songs are connected with the "So" from "So What" and the "Raise your glass" from "Raise Your Glass"

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P!nk Mix!

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I chose this assignment because I love P!ink and event went to her concert last year. I used Audacity to put the song together. I had a lot of fun making this mashup because I found myself singing along to all the songs. Does …

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