Swiss drummer Hervé Provini allies the energy of rock using the finesse and creativity of free of charge improv, very much like his primary influences Tony Williams and Ronald Shannon Jackson. He’s best known for any trilogy of albums documented in the past due-’90s and early 2000s which he switched the tables around the man-machine romantic relationship. On Biological and Chaotic Music, Musique Nucléaire, and Musique Amoureuse he duels having a piano piloted with a pc he designed to shock him. Provini was created in 1963. He was raised using the 1970s, hearing hard rock and roll, prog rock, as well as the jazz-rock explosion. Fascinated with the drums since his early years as a child, he began to play as a teenager. After attempting research in anatomist and structures (where he found his initial notions in education), he considered music. He went to the Geneva Conservatoire Populaire de Musique, where he researched in Rainer Boesch’s acousmatic course. Since that time he has divide his musical actions between electroacoustic structure (mainly in music for theater and dance) and acoustic improvisation in the Swiss jazz picture. He spent some time working with Sylvie Courvoisier, Hans Köch, Michel Godard, Vinz Vonlanthen, Stephan Wittwer, and Elliott Clear, and has documented with Bertrand Gallaz’s Bare Bone fragments Power Trio, Maurice Magnoni, and Jacques Demierre. Being truly a drummer, he contacted the usage of development in music from a different perspective: keeping the tempo “individual,” endeavoring to program the others. In the middle-’90s, the piano was the just acoustic that might be controlled with a pc (because of Yamaha’s Disklavier). Provini created some programs to help make the pc generate musical materials out of nonmusical insight — he utilized hereditary and chaotic algorithms, also the numerical analysis from the playing design of Jacques Demierre (in Musique Nucléaire). Three single albums arrived of this functioning technique, all released by Device between 1999 and 2002. Provini shows music on the EPI in Geneva.