If you download it to view, you can blow it up so that you can read the tracks. I've also included a hi res version where you can see things even more clearly.
Where you see regions appearing in gray, that means they are muted. Regions that appear like straight, thin horizontal lines are MIDI parts, triggering various software synths.
hitRECord's Nebulullaby was born at Sundance 2010; But it's still growing. I've put the stems in an album for everyone to play with, and some people have already. This past summer, Joe and I got together to RECord drums on it. And now, in preparation for the forthcoming DVD and CD releases, I've just had a final look at the mix, making a few adjustments.
I watch meters bouncing all day...So, it's nothing particularly novel to me. But every now and again, when I'm really focused in working on something, I start to feel an almost personal relationship with the peaks and valleys and zigs and zags going by on the monitor; They quantify what's being heard, and that's useful. But they sometimes just look really pretty, too. And I just had a moment, thinking "Duh...I'll bet someone on hitRECord will find a novel way to do something with these". So I made two quicktimes: This one, the timeline from the Protools session: All the tracks rolling by in real time. And also, the real time frequency spectrum analysis, stereo meters, and voice compressor.