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Twin Peaks ON Twin Peaks IN Twin Peaks (Video)

Ambient artists Ann Annie and Constant Shapes perform Laura Palmer's Theme on a Novation Peak at an iconic Twin Peaks filming location.
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At the end of their West Coast tour, Ann Annie and Constant Shapes (Griffin Paisley) came up with the brilliant idea to take Novation’s 8-voice desktop synthesizer called ‘Peak‘ to an iconic Twin Peaks filming location to play their arrangement for Angelo Badalamenti‘s Laura Palmer’s Theme. Using just two patches (one string and one keyboard), that makes two ‘Peaks’ playing Twin Peaks in Twin Peaks!

How’s that for meta?

Twin Peaks played on Twin Peaks in Twin Peaks

Starring: Novation Peak and The Arm (which is mostly Ann Annie’s)

Seeing those cars pass by, you start wondering about all the strange things people from the area have seen taking place on SE Reinig Rd in Snoqualmie, WA…

Also, why didn’t Moby think of this for the ‘Go’ music video back in 1991?

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