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Interplanetary Posts [Pure DSD]

Daniel Vaczi Glissonic Trio

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Exclusively Available from NativeDSD in Pure DSD Stereo DSD 256, DSD 512, DSD 128, DSD 64 and DXD

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Interplanetary Posts is a Pure DSD 256 Stereo recording from the Daniel Vaczi Glissonic Trio on the Hunnia Records label. The album is Exclusively Available from NativeDSD in Pure DSD Stereo DSD 256, DSD 512, DSD 128, DSD 64 and DXD.

Creating spontaneous textures from outer and inner space, this trio should enthrall and capture the attention of listeners familiar with the musical experiments of the last century and the inventiveness of the first quarter of the twenty-first century. What is obvious is the fluidity of the interchange between players with a jazz- improv background but who have chosen another sonic path.

So how do we prepare ourselves for the unexpected? With open an mind and open ears, set sail on a sonic trip. What are some helpful keywords for this collection of improvisations?

Questions, timbral transformations, independent lines, temporal contours, distant, even fuzzy memories; long-lost jazz and modern classical manners. Time travel towards the interplanetary.

Daniel Vaczi Glissonic Trio
Dániel Váczi – Glissotar
Máté Pozsár – Steinway Model D Concert Grand Piano, Rhodes & Analog Synthesizer
Zsolt Sárvári Kovács – Drums

Tracklist

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1.
Post 1
03:55
2.
Post 2
06:40
3.
Post 3
05:55
4.
Post 4
04:01
5.
Post 5
02:09
6.
Post 6
04:08
7.
Post 7
07:14
8.
Post 8
05:33

Total time: 00:39:35

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HRES2405

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A/D Convertor

Merging Hapi

Audio Engineers

László Válik, Árok Sándor

Microphones

Glissotar: Neumann U47 Fat Steinway D Piano: 2x Royer R122 mkII, 2x Neumann UM57, 1x Bruel 4006 Rhodes: Fender Twin Reverb Shure SM7 Drums overheads: Schoeps CMC6+MK2H ORTF pair Drums room: DPA 4007 pair Snare: 2 x Shure SM57 Kick: Telefunken M82

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Release DateMarch 12, 2024

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