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    Talking Fiddling with the Night Sky

    On a clear night on the beach where I live, you can actually see the outer bands of our galaxy. It is dizzying to look up at the canopy of stars overhead. If you listen closely, the stars will sing to you. This is what they sang to me... (your nutty ol’ pal Brian)

    Fiddling with the Night Sky

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    Garritan Stradivari Violin
    Scarbee J Slap n Fingered Bass
    Bela D Lyrical Distortion I
    QL 56 Stratocaster
    Artist Drums
    Wusikstation soft synth
    Wavestation (from Korg Legacy Collection – Digital Edition)
    (Yes, I have previously stated that I would never use a dongle, but hey, it’s only a buck fifty and I have a hardware backup)

    ...2112
    "So what if some parts of life are a crap shoot? Get out there and shoot the crap." -- Neil Peart
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    Re: Fiddling with the Night Sky

    BRIAN THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!!!


    I love this!!
    Great work!!

    BTW: what are you doing up at such an ungodly hour? 3:30 AM?

    Sounds great!!

    -Chris

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    you can actually see the outer bands of our galaxy.
    I thought I told you to put that stuff away!

    Very cool Brian! Having quite a time with SSV aren't you? It's nice to hear drums played (programed) like they should. Excellent Brian your a tool and a half!
    Styxx

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    Re: Fiddling with the Night Sky

    Nice work!

    Best,
    Jay

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    Re: Fiddling with the Night Sky

    Way cool!

    GREAT job on this!

    Thoroughly well done and a heck of a good listen -- listened through this several times -- love this stuff!

    Man, kick back, close your eyes, and let that stardust rip... lol.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Nice Job Brian. I really enjoyed this piece.I love the expressive control of the vibrato you have achieved.

    I also like to listen to the sound of the stars.The view of the winter skies here deep in the British countryside, is uncontaminated by light pollution or heat haze.If you spend too long looking and listening to the stars, however, your bits tend to drop off.
    The amazing thing is, I swear I can hear the harmony of the spheres sometimes, and I don't even smoke that stuff anymore.
    regards Joe

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    Sweet!

    I can definitely hear the "Rush" influence ….that signature Neil Peart rhythmic stagger ...Lol

    ….Loved Rush in my youth! (wore out my 2112, 8-track tapes!!)


    What is the lead instrument?...violin? It has a slight electric guitar/synth sound at times.

    It's great as is, I'd be curious to hear a rendition where the violin is noticeably prominent (distinct bowing/attacks)

    Great work Brian!!

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    Re: Fiddling with the Night Sky

    For da cripes sake Brian ... What's this "Jive Cosmic Debris?"
    Sorry, had to listen to it againsk. Uk kuk kuk kuk kuk! I yams what I yams!
    Styxx

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    Very nice work, Brian. I give it four mackerels. Everytime I hear that violin it makes me want it all the more... alas...someday!!!

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    this is fantastic!!! i love it!!!!

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