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Making-Of - DUMELA

I first had the idea for DUMELA in Botswana after a memorable boat safari in the Okavango Delta. “When we arrived back at the camp, the entire staff welcomed us at the jetty with local folk songs. The lust for life that spoke through the music inspired me to write DUMELA,” says Rainer Spekowius, INTOSOL founder.

Since he was nine years old, music has been an essential part of Spekowius' life. He runs a small, private recording studio, where he jams and produces songs with fellow enthusiasts.

Spekowius took many fond memories home from Botswana, among others, the captivating African beats and melodies. Slowly, the confusion of tunes took shape, words accompanied them and DUMELA was written.

Previously, he had gotten to know the singer Tim S. Yalcin on a friend's wedding. Other old friends, that Spekowius has known and played with for years, hopped aboard the band wagon: Detlef Röhl on the E-drums and Ingo Jost for the mix and co-production.

However, a lot of pieces still had to fall into place: A background choir had to be recruited to create the African feel underlying the song.

The solution was found by Jutta Lemcke, a former employee and lasting friend, who sings in an African gospel choir together with Insa Eden, Lore Brussies and Pamela Ziegenbein. Additional voices were recruited from the employees: Maria-Theresia Fried and Katja Lafferenz.

In addition to her part in the choir, Maria-Theresia was selected as the female solo voice.

First, the E-drums played by Detlef Röhl were recorded. Spekowius himself played the guitars, the bass and keyboard. Afterwards, the choirs were recorded and finally the lead singer Tim S. Yalcin digitalised his voice.

Rainer Spekowius was adamant about keeping the entire production home-made without the involvement of a major production company. DUMELA is an INTOSOL production!

“What distinguished us is our personalised service. Our guests quickly become regulars. The song needed a personal touch, nothing fancy but passion that can be heard. For that reason, almost the entire team had a role in one way or another”, explains the INTOSOL CEO.

Finally, after the instruments, choirs and solo voices had been recorded, all the INTOSOL team came together to add additional volume to the choirs. And to send out a personal message to the INTOSOL guests: DUMELA – INTOSOL welcomes you!

I first had the idea for DUMELA in Botswana after a memorable boat safari in the Okavango Delta. “When we arrived back at the camp, the entire staff welcomed us at the jetty with local folk songs. The lust for life that spoke through the music inspired me to write DUMELA,” says Rainer Spekowius, INTOSOL founder.

Since he was nine years old, music has been an essential part of Spekowius' life. He runs a small, private recording studio, where he jams and produces songs with fellow enthusiasts.

Spekowius took many fond memories home from Botswana, among others, the captivating African beats and melodies. Slowly, the confusion of tunes took shape, words accompanied them and DUMELA was written.

Previously, he had gotten to know the singer Tim S. Yalcin on a friend's wedding. Other old friends, that Spekowius has known and played with for years, hopped aboard the band wagon: Detlef Röhl on the E-drums and Ingo Jost for the mix and co-production.

However, a lot of pieces still had to fall into place: A background choir had to be recruited to create the African feel underlying the song.

The solution was found by Jutta Lemcke, a former employee and lasting friend, who sings in an African gospel choir together with Insa Eden, Lore Brussies and Pamela Ziegenbein. Additional voices were recruited from the employees: Maria-Theresia Fried and Katja Lafferenz.

In addition to her part in the choir, Maria-Theresia was selected as the female solo voice.

First, the E-drums played by Detlef Röhl were recorded. Spekowius himself played the guitars, the bass and keyboard. Afterwards, the choirs were recorded and finally the lead singer Tim S. Yalcin digitalised his voice.

Rainer Spekowius was adamant about keeping the entire production home-made without the involvement of a major production company. DUMELA is an INTOSOL production!

“What distinguished us is our personalised service. Our guests quickly become regulars. The song needed a personal touch, nothing fancy but passion that can be heard. For that reason, almost the entire team had a role in one way or another”, explains the INTOSOL CEO.

Finally, after the instruments, choirs and solo voices had been recorded, all the INTOSOL team came together to add additional volume to the choirs. And to send out a personal message to the INTOSOL guests: DUMELA – INTOSOL welcomes you!

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