Osaka Solo is an 18´40" piece recorded in 2006 that possibly gives more clues to the whole research (see 3 Suits & A Violin). It's not like Weber has radically changed, his playing still involves a very subtile mix of compositional elements, improvised approaches and extreme registers. He seems slightly more confident of the directions but also more able to play with them as opposed to just »interpretate« a given Sound. I particularly enjoy over all the fact that in both cases the actual process always dominates. It's about playing rather than fixing. About letting things happen because one wants to hear them more than labellig and stamping each act in order to make sure we're there. I'm very curious of his next projects and releases, let's wait.

Noël Akchoté
Skug #70
April 2007