It all comes from improvisation from the beginning, and it is always improvisation strictly related to the instrument I am using. I believe that I have a message to convey, and depending on the instrument I use, the language to spread the message is different. In other words, if you listen to my Forse and Risveglio records, or Avanti –the new one–, I think there is a common thread when it comes to the mood, to the feelings, but it is told in a different way, because of the instrument I have in front of me.
As I said, I do not know what comes out. For example, for Forse I used Buchla, I sat down to make music in order to feel better, the goal was not to make a record. Actually, in my entire carrier, I never sat down to make a record. I did it because I needed to take a break from work and wanted to be that child that I was back then, when making music was just for fun. There is a basic feeling when having fun making music. When a certain kind of sound comes out of that, it is very pure, it is very unique, people can relate to it and you can feel it. All in all, sometimes I play things for myself, and sometimes I record them, but it is never planned. It is not structured.