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Posted by The Flying Snowman on 2011/3/11 17:38:52 (3877 reads)

Met NeverB4 krijg je een spijskaart voorgeschoteld die voor de helft bestaat uit hits van Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath en nog meer zwaar geweld, en voor de andere helft uit wat bekendere bands. Stevige rock dus die je al lang niet meer (of misschien nooit eerder?) geproefd hebt!

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Posted by The Flying Snowman on 2007/7/21 16:08:17 (3174 reads)

Visions of Foreign Countries was a puppet theatre show The Flying Snowman did on 16th of May, 1987. He got a help from a lot of friends: Makke, Trikke, Alain, Jamme, Christine, Philippe, and last but not least the director of the set, Stef. The idea was to record most instrument parts on a 4-track recorder, playing one instrument live at the time (varying from vocals, guitar, to synthesizer) during the show. Every song described another theme. We did the show only once, it took a lot of time and effort, and I had 10 friends who were willing to help me with the show (thank you again, folks!). We had many enthousiastic reactions on the show.

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Posted by The Flying Snowman on 2007/5/21 1:19:46 (3809 reads)

The Flying Snowman Studio has been renewed. Cabling has been redone, and the studio now features a Mac G5 with Logic Audio 7.1.1 and ProTools M-Powered, besides a lot of samples and plugins. We also bought the M-Audio FireWire 1814. We still have our very powerful PC as well for compatibility reasons. This guarantees the quality of our services that we offer to artists and bands who wish to record their CD (or demo) in our studio. More can be found in the Studio section.


Posted by The Flying Snowman on 2005/12/30 15:36:24 (3580 reads)

We produced Sandbox Society's new EP containing the songs Blind (shalala), Rain, and Wildflowers.


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