HyperCube draws all its amalgamated samples from a recording session in my apartment. Drawing from such sources as closing doors, water trickles, book page rufflings, spoon scrapes, the piece takes these bare fragments and, after processing, distorts and superimposes them in an attempt to create a journey through an abstract sound world where spatial perimeters are defined though one large arc in formal structure; as the music moves to and from a central climax point 5-mintues into the work.

Aesthetically, the work is all about the “cubic” nature I felt during this recording session within my lounge room: the space within its four walls, where the color white dominates, became a strong influence upon my psyche as I was recording- an influence that made its way through the various processes of filtering, synthesis and mutation, through to instigate the architecture for the entire piece.