Improvised music usually begs for an audience to complete an interactive and emotional circuit. That seems less essential with electronically generated improvisation. Not only may the increased control over sounds and their inter-relationships make the studio a more ideal crucible than the concert hall, but the home-listening room may be a better place in which to absorb it.

Read the full review in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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