This is the work of Montréal native Beaupré, who has dedicated himself to harpsichord playing and construction for many years. He is a self-taught expert on frequency analysis and musical composition, and he delved in to the world of electroacoustic music quite some time ago. He has worked with Édouard Lock, as well as the dance troupe La La La Human Steps.
This is a fractured, buzzing, humming ode to deconstruction. It features a clever palette of heavily treated sounds. It is a whirling, non-sensical homage to vertigo. Very avant garde and masterfully executed. Beaupré compares working with sound to working with wood. He is a true craftsman.