The Composer's Thread in General Discussion Posted September 29, 2006 I am looking forward to hearing an orchestrated version. One thing you may want to consider is that with a keyboard you'll never be *exactly* in time. I'd recommend a free program like http://www.anvilstudio.com/ to help you. You can play the music with the keyboard connected to the computer, then fix up the notes on the screen (or just enter the notes into the computer directly). If you use a program you won't have to worry about mixing the different instruments manually. If you want to make a bigger investment (bigger than free, that is), a software synth would be a good idea.By the way, your site currently has an error:Sorry, this GeoCities site is currently unavailable.The GeoCities web site you were trying to view has temporarily exceeded its data transfer limit. Please try again laterI'm actually working on laying down some synth/orchestral tracks, my MIDI keyboard is one you can play on the computer and it comes with a lot of instruments, everything except cymbals and snare drums, which is what I need as part of the orchestration. I have to layer everything on top of one another and record them separately. When I'm finished, I'll put some samples up on my page. I am working on the shorter versions because it will be easier for me to arrange everything. I'm glad you liked everything, and please let me know how you like these newly orchestrated versions.