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@Terahertz The Doctor Who Fan Orchestra should be coming out with the current project, Amy's Suite, very soon - like maybe in a weekish. Sometime after that - probably within a month or two - sign-ups will be open for the next project. Keep an eye out on the Facebook page because last time registrations filled up in 12 hours! Or, if you want, I can message you when sign-ups open. Participating is so worth it.I think you can sign up for Sherlock Fan Orchestra right now by emailing them - more information on their Tumblr. We're still waiting for music for our next project - Sherlocked - but I really love being a part of that orchestra as well!
Terahertz said:Sounds great, I can't wait! A message when it opens would be great, I'll keep an eye on it, but just in case that could really help. Likewise, if I see it I'll send you a message.I have now applied to Sherlock. Woohoo!Oh man I am so excited about this words I cannot even. SQUEEEEEE!!!
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I grew up playing the cello for about 8 years, but gave it up when I was 16
I played guitar off and on a few years back, but don't have time to really keep it up. Mostly just use them for effects testing and recording occassionally.
I've been DJing for about 9 years now. Started on vinyl, now I use CDs primarily. I still record mixes and play out gigs occassionally, but I don't promote as I used to and don't care as much.
I've been running a small home recording studio out of my apartment for a little over a year now. Not sure a studio counts as an instrument per se, but I make a fair amount of music with it My buddy and I mostly make grime, juke, and jungle. I've been trying to push our work more into polyrhythmic stuff, but we've been struggling with writing catchy melodies in 10/4 or 7/4, haha.
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