Album:  	Celestial Mechanics
Artist:  	Chuck Van Zyl
Year:  	        1993
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Ambient

Celestial Mechanics has placed our moon 400 times closer to Earth than the Sun, yet the Sun is 400 times the diameter of the Moon; therefore, the two appear to be the same size in the sky. Of all the planets, moons and asteroids in the solar system, our planet Earth is the only place where an observer can actually experience the Sun being totally eclipsed by the Moon.

Equipment used for 'Celestial Mechanics':
Korg SQD-1, Korg EX 8000, Oberheim Xpander, Oberheim Matrix 6, Oberheim Matrix 6R, Yamaha TX81Z, Kawai K4R, Alesis HR16, Alesis Microverb, MXR 1500, Digitech 7.6, Toshiba DX-900.
All synthesizers were controlled by a SQD-1 MIDI sequencer and mixed directly from the board to a PCM recorder.

Number of Tracks: 4
Total Duration:   1:12:56
Total Size:       340 MBs (including scans, m3u, spectrums, and txt)
Parity Archive:   Yes, 7%
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Files Created on: NMR
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Encoded At:  	  lossless, FLAC / 44.1 KHz
ID3 Tags:         Yes
TXT Created:  	  24 August 2019

01) The Moment Of Totality
02) Callisto
03) Valhalla
04) Celestial Mechanics
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