Lazarus Music Box

Lazarus Music Box was composed and realized in Eureka, CA in 1990. Equipment used included Casio, Oberheim, and Korg synthesizers. The Cakewalk 2.0 MIDI sequencer on an IBM 80286 AT PC clone ran the show. Production was rounded out with a (real) spring reverb.

The title comes from the name of the spectacular shell of the Chama Lazarus clam, also known as the Lazarus Jewel Box.

Associations with the ocean and the renewal of Lazarus afford the starting place for this adventure in the sound space of am imagined ocean...