Yamaha U1

At the front end of my musical history stood a Canadian-made Sterling upright with a light action, a couple of chipped keys and sustain for days. But a very ugly…

More music, and soon

I’ve been getting some e-mails commenting on the fact that I haven’t posted much new music lately. I want to thank everyone for writing, and promise you that more music,…

The gift of validation

I thought long and hard about what to give my loyal readers for Christmas this year and came up with what I think is the perfect gift: XHTML 1.0 Transitional…

America (Election ’04 Remix)

Just in time for the ’04 election, I have uploaded a remix of America. In keeping with the spirit of the election season, it features a guy saying the same…

In Your Perfect World

There are people who are going to read more into this tune than they should, and there’s nothing I can do about it. All I can say is that you…

Seasonal Music

As has become an annual custom here, I’ve uploaded some near-classic Christmas songs that I recorded a while back to help offset (augment?) the tide of overplayed and unlistenable music…

Yamaha TG77

What I really wanted was a K2000, but in 1991 I knew that the salad days of the Korg M1 were drawing to a close. I sold the M1 privately…

About the museum

When I staked out my first 20 MB of server space on the internet, the biggest hurdle I had to overcome was a towering absence of content. In this respect…

A Poem

And now, a brief poem based on a page from an obscure vintage electronic instrument manual. An ode, if you will. When my monosynth sounded off kilter I berated the…

First

I’m pleased to announce that when the new MSN search engine launches, SteveCastellano.com will still be the #1 Steve Castellano resource on the planet – the first place most folks…