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by Sayer

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Crab Capers 06:14
Migrations 06:19
Currents 08:24


The ocean has always been special to me. As a child I loved going to the beach and experiencing the sounds, feel, and scent of the waves, sand, and ocean breeze. I also cherished the fascinating documentaries that showcased the different forms of life existing under the sea.

As I've grown older I often return to the ocean for a dose of serenity, to rest my mind, and to experience the grandeur nature has on offer. One of my favorite places to visit is Chincoteague Wildlife refuge located on the Virginia coast.

When I chose "Oceans" as the title and theme for my next release I figured it would pose a fun challenge to try and portray it with my music, and that was exactly the case. Each track can be thought of as a soundtrack to the subject indicated by the track title.

Sincerest of thanks to everyone who supports my music. I am always humbled and uplifted by your kind words, insights, thoughts, and continued support.

Synthesizers Used:

Access: Virus TI, Alesis: QSR, Clavia: Nord Modular G2,
Kawai: K5000, Korg: KingKorg, Prologue, Radias, Triton, Wavestation,
Moog: Slim Phatty, Novation: Peak, Roland: JV-1080, V-Synth,
Dave Smith Instruments: Prophet 12, Waldorf: Streichfett,
Yamaha: AN1x, EX5


released March 20, 2020


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Sayer Sugar Land, Texas

For most of my life, electronic music has been an integral part of my journey. My musical wanderings have gone in many directions over the years, but more recently tend to lean toward electronic sequence based sound-scapes.

My older music, mostly created back in the mp3.com days, tended to be more rhythmic and simple. You can explore the older stuff in the "Sayer - Archives" link below.
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