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    Silent Night

    This is the last re-mix and last song I will post for a while. After working for 4 years straight on my music and others music I am taking a break.

    Silent Night by The Back Room Wall Of Sound Orchestra
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    Re: Silent Night

    That is a big, great wall of sound indeed, and a hippy-like setting of the song. Were you influenced by Klaus Schulze? In my memory, that's the closest to your sound I can think of. Anyway, enjoy your break.
    Theo

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    Re: Silent Night

    Quote Originally Posted by FLWrd View Post
    That is a big, great wall of sound indeed, and a hippy-like setting of the song. Were you influenced by Klaus Schulze? In my memory, that's the closest to your sound I can think of. Anyway, enjoy your break.
    Thanks.

    My influences would be Vangelis, Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues and Phil (The Nut Job) Spector.
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    Re: Silent Night

    Vangelis, of course. That's not a GPO, but a Sequential Prophet horn I hear, then?
    Theo

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    Re: Silent Night

    Quote Originally Posted by FLWrd View Post
    Vangelis, of course. That's not a GPO, but a Sequential Prophet horn I hear, then?
    Everything is GPO except the Synth bass & chords and the big church organ, those are from my Yamaha So8. I record everything in stand alone/live one track at a time and then add the tracks (one at a time) to the mixing board where I hit them with all kinds of effects.

    GPO

    Bassoons
    Cellos
    Violas
    Violins
    French Horns
    Trombones
    Trumpets
    Tubular Bells
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    Re: Silent Night

    Nicely done, Aram! Very rich, deep texture to this...

    All the best,



    David
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    Re: Silent Night

    Lovely Aram! one of the most sentimental of all the genre for some reason, ghosts of Christmas Past I dare say. Hope you're not serious about stepping back from the good ol ' LR!
    Nice job!

    Best regards,
    sd cisco

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    Re: Silent Night

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Nicely done, Aram! Very rich, deep texture to this...

    All the best,



    David
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    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    Thank you David. One of these days I will get around to finishing the Christmas CD.
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    Re: Silent Night

    Quote Originally Posted by sd cisco View Post
    Lovely Aram! one of the most sentimental of all the genre for some reason, ghosts of Christmas Past I dare say. Hope you're not serious about stepping back from the good ol ' LR!
    Nice job!

    Best regards,
    sd cisco
    Silent Night and a few others I can listen to all year around, I just love them. I'll be in and out and as the story goes, I now have a song banging around in my head so more that likely my break from music will be cut short. Guess I should get the paper and pencil out and load up on beer and just do it.
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    Re: Silent Night

    HI HIPPIE,
    NICE JOB.
    I enjoyed listening.
    Never say never when it comes to writing.
    We all enjoy recognition for our endeavors. The point is to not let the
    writing be the "tail wagging the dog."

    Gary

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