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    Posted: August 24 2013 at 17:30
A tribute to Yuichi Onoue's projects for a start













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You have good taste...And I was glad to discover you're a very inspired musican yourself  !! (though probably not a certified sound engineer)

Many of the songs I heard at your website hold very well together, and I hope their qualities will be paid attention the more.
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Originally posted by jayem

You have good taste...And I was glad to discover you're a very inspired musican yourself  !! (though probably not a certified sound engineer)

Many of the songs I heard at your website hold very well together, and I hope their qualities will be paid attention the more.

Thank you so much for listening and your kind words Smile
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