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Patchwerks' Web Shop for Synthesizers Is Now Open

by Dave Segal Local synthesizer shop Patchwerks is now open for online business. The start-up—owned by electronic musicians Cindy Reichel (aka Expert System) and Tom Butcher (aka Orqid and Codebase)—sells a variety of analog and digital synths and related music equipment. It's currently the only establishment of its kind in Seattle. Patchwerks also has set up a physical location at 3107 Eastlake Avenue East, Suite B, where you can pick up goods by appointment.
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