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clock motor[′kläk ‚mōd·ər]
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In the 1920s, he branched out on his own, and spent some time working on clock motors
, inventing the electric Hammond Clock.
The amplified sound of clock motors
provides an ethereal aural accompaniment, similar to--but more muted than--the eerie Whitney soundtrack.
"Zoom lenses were just coming out then, and their controls were like clock motors
. I knew we could do better than that," he says.