Welcome to is a rather minimalistic synthesizerstudio owned by Bert de Vries, located in the south of the Netherlands. specializes in making arrangements, backingtracks and songs with, of course, synthesizers. has experience with sound engineering, live, as well as in postproduction and soundfile-editing. Also, has experience with programming synthesizers and related equipment.

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Thursday 16 February 2017 - 22:27:21 
The next track talks about the presence of an imaginary surrounding space "ambient space", or is it a space in space? NASA's newest spacecraft, Orion, is a starting point of manned space travel much further than we have ever imagined, to Mars and beyond.
Speaking of surrounding space? Is God's presence in our life not a kind of surrounding space? A cocoon in which we are always safe and secure, no matter what happens? "And behold, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world". Matthew 28:20. We don't have to be afraid, our Lord God "surrounds" us!

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Wednesday 05 October 2016 - 21:52:25 
How would it be if we could fly to Orion? It isn't possible because the constellations are all but an illusion. The Orion stars are light years apart and not in a flat surface between each other. The distances between the stars are beyond our understanding. Only the Lord knows how it all fits together.

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Friday 06 May 2016 - 13:32:53 
A new song is ready:

Barnard's Loop is a nebula located in the constellation Orion. It is not easy to see with the naked eye. For this, you need to have a good camera or telescope.The nebula is located at a distance of about 1600 light years from Earth. It is part of the Orion complex, a region of gas and dust that covers most of the constellation and, among other things, includes the Orion Nebula, M78 and the Horsehead Nebula. The ultraviolet Nebula spans about 30 ° in diameter.

William Herschel was probably the first to discover the nebula, in the year 1786. American astronomer E.E. Barnard rediscovered the nebula in 1900 and called it Orion Loop.
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Sunday 24 January 2016 - 17:16:28 
A track i made a while ago from the song "The Lord is my strength and my song" written by Frank Gallio: ENJOY and take some time to Relax.

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Sunday 03 January 2016 - 12:43:09 
Finally a new synthesizertrack inspired by the beautiful creations in space: The triple star Rigel.
Rigel is the brightest star in the constellation Orion and the seventh brightest star in the night sky. The star as seen from Earth is actually a triple star system, with the primary star (Rigel A) a blue-white supergiant and around 120,000 times as luminous as the Sun. It has exhausted its core hydrogen and swollen out to 79 times the Sun's radius. It pulsates periodically. Visible in small telescopes and 500 times fainter than Rigel A, Rigel B is itself a spectroscopic binary system, consisting of two main sequence blue-white stars that are estimated to be 2.5 and 1.9 times as massive as the Sun.

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