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peanut_gallery on April 25, 2012 20:40

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    The name comes from the fact that I started this track while on a recent trip to Seattle (plus my last 3 tracks all started with “S”, so I figured I’d continue the trend.) The inspiration came from playing around with patches in the new Cassini synth, though somewhat ironically, the patch that gave the inspiration for the tune got swapped out for an Alchemy soundscape in the final mix. All parts were recorded in NanoStudio (with the exception of the Alchemy soundscape, which was recorded in Alchemy and ACP’d into NS).

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