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Hi, Arty!!!
We'd like to share with you 2 tunes:
The first one, composed and performed by Adrianne Simioni, is called:
"Theories (When natural events become letters and numbers)".
(from 0m00s) Oh! There Comes That Star Again!;
(from 0m24s) Systematic Notes Of The Stellar Tracks;
(from 1m20s) Testing Formulas;
(from 2m08s) Miscalculations Leading To Darkness;
(from 2m45s to the end) !!!!Eureka!!!!.

To listening to "Theories":

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The second tune is a space-reggae, a collab with Mike Bennett. It is called "Sky Ska".
To listening to "Sky Ska":

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We wish you a wonderful Spring time in the North hemisphere!!!
From the South hemisphere,
Zozimo and Adrianne.

- - - - - - - 2009 - - - - - - - - -
International Year of Astronomy
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:: posted by Astronomusic on Thu May 7, 2009 @ 01:52 PM     
Hi, Arty!!! Just passing to tell you about two new tunes:

The first tune, posted in our site, is about the magic of a night sky observation, from sunset to sleeping time.

Star Gazers: -
(from 0min00sec) sunset and first stars;
(from 0min22sec) starry sky;
(from 1min07sec) extraordinary events and superstitions;
(from 1min42sec) deep space observation;
(from 2min26sec) dreaming about cosmos.
Total time: 4'18''

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The second tune is a collab with EFrank, who composed "Pampas Bit" as homage to the place where we live: The "Pampas". This place covers the very south of Brazil and North of Argentina and it is known by its smoth hills and plains, getting the attention of the naturalist Charles Darwin in his famous travel on the ship "The Beagle" in 19 century.

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Wishing you the very best!!!
:: posted by Astronomusic on Tue Nov 11, 2008 @ 10:18 AM     
Thanks a lot for adding me here as your friend!

I hope you have enjoyed the slideshow of my artwork on my page and I whish that it made you feel good...
I'm keen to hear, what are your favourite paintings of mine?

Please keep dropping by from time to time to see my latest artwork on and let me know what you think ;-) via my message board and/or

Take care,
yours mARTinventor
:: posted by mARTinventor on Tue Oct 7, 2008 @ 05:11 PM     
Hi Arty, I'm not familiar with "Tomita" but am looking forward to listening to your music. I found you on the comment you left at Regine Velasquez site about her song "Say That You Love Me." I too left a long message. But you seem to have captured the emotion in your comment with (beautiful....gulp!). Which reminds me I grew up reading comic books. And I remember all the sound effects which comic books use (baaam, crack, ooohhh, etc). So what I tried to say about her beautiful voice, you seemed to have captured it nicely with your "gulp".

Take care,
:: posted by wassapening on Mon Sep 22, 2008 @ 08:22 PM     
:: posted by enemywithin on Tue Sep 9, 2008 @ 03:36 PM     
Hello, thank you very much for adding me and for stopping by my page!
Nice to meet you here on soundclick: have a nice day and good luck for everything!!
smile :) Martino
:: posted by martino vergnaghi on Mon Sep 1, 2008 @ 02:50 AM     
Hi, Arty!!!
We hope you are enjoying the Summer of the North hemisphere!!!
We just posted "Explorers" that describes:
# (from 0min00sec) rockets ignition;
# (from 1min25sec) reaching space;
# (from 3min24sec) space-time warp;
# (from 4min13sec) exploring;
# (from 6min01sec) feeling homesick (acoustic guitar solo);
# (from 8min10sec) exploring.
Total time: 9min51sec

We hope you enjoy it!
From the Winter of the South hemisphere,
Zozimo and Adrianne.
:: posted by Astronomusic on Tue Jul 1, 2008 @ 10:46 AM     
Hi Arty.
Many thanks for the adding me to your circle of friends and for listening to my music. All good wishes to you.
Sonic Dreamer
:: posted by Sonic Dreamer on Wed May 21, 2008 @ 10:38 AM     
[last edited on Tue May 13, 2008 @ 08:00 PM]
Hey...thanks to you all inspiring me, I've just got a korg tr61 with sampler, zoom mrs-802, Kam monitors, Technics mic, and awaiting a Bheringer 1202fx Mixer. All from ebay and I cant wait to get to grips with it all. Must admit that the last time I had a set up, it consisted of a YAMAHA CX5M (which I purchased the day it was released), ROLAND TR626, YAMAHA TONE GENERATOR THE SIZE OF A VIDEO CASSETTE AND AN ECHO OF SOME TYPE. Now all that stuff's RETRO LOL. Anywho, be lucky all. there's sooooooo much talent on here. I'm inspired! Also, anyone want any pictures/editing for their album/song, let me know I'll do them for nothing :-) No probs!
:: posted by all247 on Tue May 13, 2008 @ 04:44 PM     
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