Trigon is an album of musical improvisations from three drummers active in the Hungarian music scene – Hunor G. Szabo, Levente Boros and Andras Halmos.
András, Levente and Hunor are long time friends, they are influential figures in the Hungarian creative music scene, members of many influential bands. They have played together in different formations using two drummers, but they have never played together in this line up with three drummers.
When they decided to record this album, they chose not to rehearse or plan anything for the session. So everything that is heard, is unedited full improvisation (though specific parts were selected from the 3 hours studio session for release on Trigon).
Nothing compared to the warm and beautiful sound of the vintage drums and cymbals.
The album was recorded Live Direct to Stereo DSD 256. It is available at NativeDSD as a Pure DSD release. The additional DSD bit rates (Stereo DSD 512, DSD 128, DSD 64) were created in the DSD Domain with the Signalyst HQ Player 4 Pro mastering tools by NativeDSD Mastering Engineer Tom Caulfield.
Hunor G. Szabó – Drums
Gretsch 18″-12″-14″ drum kit (1979)
Leedy Elite Professional NOB snare drum (1926-28)
Trans Stamp Zildjian Avedis 15″ hi-hat
Intermediate K. Istanbul 20″ ride
Trans Stamp Zildjian Avedis 19″ Crash ride
Levente Boros – Drums
Vintage Star 20″-13″-16″ drum kit (from the end of the 1960’s)
Sonor Pancake Snare (from the 1960’s)
Paiste pre-serial 15″ hi-hat (1973)
Bosphorus 22″ Turk ride, 2000 gm.
Zildjian 16″ efx crash with a splash on it
András Halmos – Drums
Vintage Tama Superstar 18″-10″-12″-14″ drum kit (1982)
Slingerland Radio King one ply maple snare drum (late 1950’s)
K Istanbul 14″ hi-hat
Kruno Levacic 21″ & 22″ cymbals
Paiste Masters 20″ light crash ride
Total time: 00:42:14
|Analog to Digital Converter|
Hapi, Merging Technologies
Tom Caulfield at NativeDSD Mastering Labs – Stereo DSD 256 to Stereo DSD 512, DSD 128 & DSD 64 music files were created in the DSD Domain using Signalyst HQ Player 4 Pro mastering tools
|Original Recording Format|
Róbert Zoltán Hunka
Recorded Live to Stereo DSD 256 at SuperSize Recording Studio in Hungary on May 10, 2021
|Release Date||August 19, 2021|
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