We have just uploaded a new video to YouTube: Centrifugal Satz Clock: Morning song “Sonntag.” The video allows viewers to see the musical score as the music unfolds.
Throughout the production of Part One of the Centrifugal Satz Clock, Ed Goldfarb has proven to be an invaluable ally, acting as consultant, producer, and confidant. Most recently, he has completed “Seconds from the Clock: Excerpts from the Centrifugal Satz […]
Production on the first part of the Centrifugal Satz Clock has been completed. This leaves mixing, mastering, and the release! We will be announcing a release date in the not-too-distant future. We would like to credit each performer who contributed […]
It pleases us endlessly to report Dweezil Zappa agreed to perform a solo on the Centrifugal Satz Clock musical. His work on “Release the Memes” equals any performance on the entire project. We had the great pleasure of seeing Dweezil […]
The history of sound has moved in a very parallel fashion to the history of technology. From antiquity through the middle ages advances were excruciatingly slow. Things like the plague, famine, war and ubiquitous squalor were very inhibiting. As wealth […]
The story for the first part of the Centrifugal Satz Clock has been mapped out completely. Here is a brief synopsis of the many interwoven parts: Story 1 Bureaucrat Wilson Myshkin and serial killer Gordon Brown (who represents no empathy […]
We are very pleased to announce a very special guest has performed on the Satz Clock. Chad Wackerman agreed to play drums on ‘Chaos from Order,’ and what a fantastic job he did! Chad has a very accomplished resume (and […]
We are more than pleased to announce the great Steve Vai has offered his talents to the production of the Satz Clock musical. Mr. Vai wrote and produced a cadenza on “We Run This Place,” and provided some other guitar […]