Discreet Charm Of An Imperfect Symmetry (Electronic Improvisation In Three Movements)

by Przemysław Rudź

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Just turn them all on (synthesizers) and record! It could be another title of this work but finally remained its main idea. One quiet night I decided to create some music with no prior preparations of new sequences and sounds. It had to be pure improvisation, so I begun to play and record track by track, not knowing what will happen. To my surprise, it turned out this is extremely efficient and over the next hours I had prepared the tracks for the first two parts of this album. I decided to take advantage of such momentary inspiration and record as long as I have enough power. Over the next two, maybe three days I had a draft of the full material. To have it more spontaneous and make its harmony fuller, later I invited my friends to play their parts on the guitar and drums. It allowed me to finish the album and then focus on publishing issues. The sounds on this album show a less mathematical and less quantized face of electronic music. An attentive listener will certainly notice some inequalities here, those are similar and typical for live recordings. However, this was intentional to draw attention to the truth of the message, joy of playing and the naturalness of human mistakes.

Audiophile CD release avaliable on: www.generator.pl Graphics: www.andrzejsiejenski.com

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released May 1, 2013

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Przemysław Rudź Gdańsk, Poland

Born in 1976 (Elbląg, Poland), a graduate of the University of Gdańsk - geographer/climatologist, science popularizer, author of books for astronomy enthusiasts, composer and performer of progressive electronic music.

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