The idea here was to build a machine, something concretely mechanized or industrial even. The mode of achieving this was through specialized notes moving away from each other at equal intervals with adjusting patterns. However, to give the piano its mechanized, semi-engine sound, I added a fast and steady low register which completes the engine. The upper register at the end can vary from player to player. As long as it is played at the designated starting spot, the accompanying pianist may play the notes indicated at any time and at any noise level. So you might ponder, what is this machine used for? That is a mystery to be unveiled with the release of the CD on June 9, 2008.