In Review

“Ingenuous, original and definitely creative”
—Alex Franquelli, Pop Matters (full review)

“The études, some fast and virtuosic, others spare and introspective, unfolded to beautiful and haunting effect in a haze of pitch-bending, echoes, distorted rhythms and eerie timbres.”
Vivien Schweitzer, The New York Times (full review)

Q&A with the always thoughtful Porter Anderson

“what is remarkable is not the fact that bitKlavier sounds and is played like a piano, but rather that it presents a new paradigm for bridging standard playing technique, instrument-building sonic exploration, and democratic digital tools.”
—Jason Charney, I Care If You Listen (full review)

Systerslått film featured at I Care If You Listen.

“who says piano keys have to be just black and white?”
Maggie Malloy, Second Inversion (in depth review)

“On hearing that “Nostalgic Synchronic” is composer Dan Trueman’s beautiful, surprising and innovative set of eight etudes for “prepared digital piano,” you may wonder what such an instrument could be. But you only need to listen to a few moments of the music — superbly performed by pianist Adam Sliwinski — to think, “Oh, of course.” ”
Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle (full review)

Marbles film premiered at Classicalite.

“enjoyable and stimulating new release, Nostalgic Synchronic, which you should listen to but also experience in person.”
Brooklyn Rail (full review)

“Dan Trueman’s Crazy, Versatile New Keyboard Software Gets a Workout at le Poisson Rouge”
Lucid Culture (full review)

Nostalgic Synchronic featured in the Utne Reader Monthly Sampler

Nostalgic Synchronic featured on Radio Times in Review