I understand that traditionally Breslov has not taken Nusach HaTefillah as seriously as other Chassidic groups when it comes to identifying the Sha'ar HaKollel. Although most Breslovers daven Nusach Sefard, through the teachings of Rebbe Nachman the concept of Sha'ar HaKollel has been interpreted as attachment to the Tzaddik, instead of an actual nusach.
(There is an undocumented oral tradition about Rebbe Nachman saying that if he had grown up davening Nusach Ashkenaz he would have continued in that nusach. In other words, he would not have switched over to Nusach Sefard.)
But like any Chassidic group, there are certain additions/omissions to the "standard" Nusach Sefard siddurim on the market these days that distinguish a Chassidic dynasty from others. For instance, Lubavitch has its own version of Nusach Sefard which was compiled by the Ba'al HaTanya in attempt to form a "true" Nusach Ari (if such a thing is possible). My question is: are there any details that distinguish the nusach of Breslov from a standard Nusach Sefard?
As an example for what I mean, is "asher nasan lasechvi" said or is "hanosein lasechvi" said? Is "tze'etza'einu v'tze'etza'ei" added in the Birkos HaTorah? Do Breslovers say "mashiv haruach umorid hatal" or just "morid hatal"? I'm sure you get what I mean by now.
Anyway, I would be interested in knowing the ins-and-outs of Breslov nusach. In addition, does anyone know any online resources that have recordings of Breslover nusach, as in niggunim used by the chazzan in shul for the tefillos?