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  1. WOO HOO, he did it. I feel special now.
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  2. Try here and scroll down his activity, you will find lots. http://forums.lightorama.com/index.php?/profile/7474-james-morris/
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  3. Hate to break it to you, but that does not really help. Although that does give the filename of the song, that generally does not give which artist and version. Many songs are released by different artists that are obviously different, and even the same artist will release the same song that are slightly different versions on different albums. I ran into that with a Mannheim Steamroller song that I purchased from Brian Bruderer. I had that song on several different Mannheim Steamroller albums, but all were different lengths and none matched the version Brian had used. Ended up purchasing
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  4. Right on Paul.. To many forget to post the exact music they use and then expect someone to spend hours or days trying to find the right music to match the sequence. And there are many who forget that music is paid for a licensed for use by the purchaser and that its not suppose to be sold by them unless they have a license to resale it. That is one problem about making a sharing page or site which people can post things for others to freely or by donation download from.. Someone is usually going to have their hand out saying wheres my money if they can think of a way to do it.
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  5. What ever you do, you have MORE and bigger stones than I have. BUT BUT BUT no matter the format give the exact link to what ever music you use for your program so that users can go and purchase the exact same file. A sequence is pretty much useless if the user does not have the right music then has to purchase and download 15 different versions of the same song. DO NOT let anyone [Foul Language Used] on your Post Toasties. Yes there are a lot of free sights, yes there are a lot of pay sites. Some one on this site thinks that they are the ONLY one who has ANYTHING to offer. There can be m
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  6. My "opening song" is one that has every light in the display in action at one time or another. I use it as the modern day equivalent of bulb patrol. The quotation marks are because I don't have a start-up song, per se. Yes, someone has to go first, so in that sense you can call it the opening song, but I don't have it listed under the Startup tab - it loops along with every other sequence. Do you always use a fixed timing grid? If yes, why? I'm a musical moron. For me, working with a beat-based timing grid is faster, easier and infinitely better.
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