The creative mind of Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess just never seems to rest, and so when he alerts Noisecreep from a hotel room in New Jersey that he has yet another remarkable app that's designed to expand the artistic capabilities of fans all over the world well hey - we'll always take the call.

At Noisecreep we're prepping an exclusive story on a 'spacey' new idea from the Dream Theater keyboard ace, but before that, here's a taste of something he calls 'Tachyon' - and it will change the way you look at music - literally.

Check out the two exclusive videos below where Rudess first explains the concept behind his Tachyon app and then watch him put the technology to work.

Watch Jordan Explain the Tachyon

Watch Jordan Demonstrate the Tachyon

For information on the Tachyon app, head to Wizdom Music's official website.

Chris Epting
Chris Epting

Dream Theater U.S. tour dates:

Wed 7/18 Huntington, NY Paramount Theater

Thu 7/19 Huntington, NY Paramount Theater

Sat 7/21 Chester, PA Harrah's Chester Downs

South American tour dates:


8 - Guatemala City, Guatemala - Forum Mundo E

10 - San Salvdor, El Salvador - Anfiteatro CIFCO

12 - San Jose, Costa Rica - Palacio de los Deportes

15 - Bogota, Colombia - Palacio de los Deportes

17 - Cordoba, Argentina - La Usina

19 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Luna Park

20 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Luna Park

22 - Santiago, Chile - Espacio Riesco

24 - Porto Alegre, Brazil - Pepsi on Stage

26 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Credicard Hall

29 - Belo Horizonte, Brazil - Chevrolet Hall

30 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Citibank Hall


1 - Brasilia, Brazil - Ulysses Guimaraes

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