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Timothy Wenzel

Rank #5 US Midland, MI Instrumental / New Age / Celtic

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Sounds Like: Enya, Evanescense, Sarah McLachlan, Loreena McKennitt, Enigma

Label: unsigned

Manager: unmanageable

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Two CDs available at most online stores, both the physical CD and downloads. Support independent artists :-)
http://www.timothywenzel.com
http://www.cdbaby.com/artist/TimothyWenzel
http://www.amazon.com/s?_encoding=UTF8&field-artist=Timothy%20Wenzel&search-alias=music

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I am leaving Reverbnation because their stats still are terrible and there has been plenty of time to respond. Meet me at Bandcamp!

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Recent Blogs

Requiem in Red
Aug 3, 2011
A mysterious piece that emerged one evening - many directions to take it. I now ... [more]
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  • Song Plays 44,818

  • Video Plays 749

  • Total Fans 7,106

  • ReverbNation Fans 364

  • Facebook Likes 6,432

  • Twitter Followers 102

  • YouTube Subscribers 38

  • Widget Impressions 1,143

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Q: Are you using Logic Studio?
A: Hi Dean. I wish! No, I just have Logic Pro and am still on the learning curve. I only recently entered the Mac world and used a little-known program called MixCraft for my PC to put together most of my songs. The song parts were created and mixed in the onboard sequencer of my Korg and then later transferred to the computer. However, with Logic I am starting to lay down separate tracks for each instrument and then do my mixing there. A powerful program, but a bit complicated. Thanks for asking!

Asked by Dean Robinson. Answered on Mon Aug 20 2012

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