The shape of sound is yet to come...without the blend of acoustic and synthesized signals it cannot be done!

The AGRONOVA Music and Sound Project is a life-time experiment, including the masks of Bach, Joe Zawinul and a plethora of other world musicians as dominant creative forces.

I'm a keyboard player in Sweden who got hooked on the idea of the yet unheard set of sound and music. The current flooding of synthezised bleeps and beeps that wash out from radios and CDs, is - put in perspective - acting more like a tranquillizer than as an appetizer. The new music technology is still largerly untapped of its creative potential.

The Music and Sound Project strives to soulfully incorporate acoustic instruments with unique synthezised sounds. If you're the happy owner of the Yamaha VL-1 physical modelling know what I mean. Is this jaZz? iS IT bECHSTEINED hIP-hOP? Or under which label is this Project taking place?

This is my envisioned version of bringing musical elements into the new millenium - that's the only restricting label being considered.

The AGRONOVA SOUND and MUSIC PROJECT is equipped with Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) including RME HDSP 9652 PCI, RME ADI-8 AE and MusicNet 24 bit A/D and D/A converters, SAW Studio, SAW Pro, Cubase SX 11, Samplitude Pro X7, Logic Audio Windows Platinum 5.5.1, Sound Forge, high-end software plug-ins & synthezisers like Omnisphere v. 2, Trillian, UVI Falcon, NI Kontakt 6, Galaxy Vintage D, Ravenscroft 275, Vienna Fazioli F308,  U-he Zebra, etc., the BECHSTEIN grand piano, Yamaha (VL1-m, FS1R, TG-77), Kurzweil (K2000VX-R, PC3K8), TC-Electronic M2000 effects, Sony DPS R7, Focal studio monitors, Allen & Heath QU-16 digital mixer, reverberator, and an assortment of mics, and peripherals.

Audio snippets of music and sound production can be demoed from the audio link here: