Producing a completely live recording was the point of departure and focus for this solo CD. In contrast to the previous one, "and what about ...time?” (2003) [JHM 124], which was a predominately computer-developed electronic album, Haberer's aim was to make more space for manual and hands-on playing aspects.
The key note underlying this solo project is the conscious juxtaposition of sound patterns created by acoustic and electronic drumming.
The live stereo recordings - without any overdubbings - were made over a period of two years.
All the compositions – with the exception of two sequencer pieces – have been developed by Haberer on and with his unique instruments by playing and improvising.
New versions evolved as the musician and composer constantly recorded and rerecorded his work, finally leading to the definitive end result.
Whilst playing the acoustic instruments, Haberer simultaneously operated all the electronic sounds, e.g. bass and marimba runs are integrated into his drum playing, cascades of electronic sound are mixed with “natural cymbals”, loops are activated in the playing process.
The instruments and the spectrum of sound include the large electro-acoustic drum set and electronic striking surfaces with percussion sampler, floating synthesizer harmonies and the natural nuances of metal sheets, snare drums, gongs, udu, and balaphone.

News

4 June 2020

New Solo Video on Youtube: ”Breaking Waves”, for Tinplate Cans and electronics

9 Mai 2020

“Animata – Duality”, Heubacher Hauskonzert, Weilheim/Tiengen, 8:00 p.m. CANCELLED and postponed, respectively!

9 Mai 2020

“Animata – Duality”, Matinée at Villa Sträuli, Winterthur/Switzerland,    11:00 a.m. CANCELLED and postponed, respectively!

20 March 2020

New Solo Video on Youtube: ”Indian Colours”, for Ghatam and electronic percussion

1 February 2020

New Solo Video on Youtube: ”Savannah Move”, with a special drumset of „bOdrums“

10 Dezember 2019

New Solo Video on Youtube: “DRUM & TRIGGER”, a four-part percussionsuite

13 september 2019

“Twelve Drummers and One Singer”with Sarah Buechi and “Boogie Voodoo”, the percussion-ensemble of the music school Dortmund, at Kultur.Punkt Friedenskirche, Krefeld 8:00 p.m.

11 september 2019

“Twelve Drummers and One Singer”with Sarah Buechi and “Boogie Voodoo”, the percussion-ensemble of the music school Dortmund, at the domicil, Dortmund, 8:00 p.m.

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