Similar to how I deal with live electronics, I see things from the perspective as a musician on stage. Actively doing producing - supervising recordings, creating sounds, editing, mixing, mastering - helps me above all as a live-musician.
My engagement with music production and live electronics gives me a completely new approach to sound, aesthetics, space and time. A much more conscious perception of what is happening around us every day and under what circumstances things are happening. These are also the parameters with which we as musicians are confronted every day. We are not in a closed room, in our practice cabins, in a world that is the same every day, but come into contact with the outside world from a protected room and confront each other spatially and socially.
Through actively producing and working with electronics, this process can and should also be used artistically. We can create spaces in spaces. We can paint pictures with sounds. We can change the space we are in and change the people who are with us. We can create things that are not possible by analogy and at the same time remain true to the analogue world. We can become surreal and start dreaming.