Please use the stems file I've uploaded of BrianLangsbard's score. It includes audio tracks, click track, and a MIDI file with a tempo and meter map. There's also a specially-cut video which begins at the same start point as the audio files and tempo map. If you drop all the materials into your workstation at the beginning of the timeline, everything should line up fine. Lastly, you can refer to Brian's reference mix HERE to get a sense of what the big picture is musically.
We've got four instruments for which we'd like to hear live players replace the sampled reference tracks: --Violin --Cello --Flute --Clarinet
-- Those 4 parts are written for solo instruments, but we're open to hearing what they sound like doubled or more, so don't be shy about putting up your part, thinking someone else is bound to play it better or something silly like that : )
--There's also a part for vibraphone. Have we got any vibraphone players out there? Or maybe an idea for an intriguing substitute on something else? A synth? Some other keyboard sound?
--There's also a prominent part for harp. Any harpists been waiting for a chance at a big part? Then again, the part could sound nice on a classical guitar, too.
--The multitalented Krrr has written up a chart HERE for those who can read, and we've put together individual audio tracks of each instrument for those who work by ear.
--As always, you're welcome to add parts of your own which you think work well with the score, or to try out the written parts on the instrument of your choice. We always marvel at how ingenious the community can be in taking our music places we hadn't originally thought of!