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Revisiting the treasures of Polish Radio studios (Polish Radio Experimental Studio, NEAR), the label offered Bolt miniaturized components of the composer Eugeniusz Rudnik (1933) to Lenar DJ (Marcin Lenarczyk) which reworks the way lo -fi in his studio (both guitar and bass amps, turntable, sampler loopers). Astonishing when one feels ownership playback via speaker which adds a paste, color these miniature electroacoustic "Nobody knows how many miniatures have been conceived by Rudnik. But one thing for sure: a lot. Plenty enough to make a direct release impossible. The number of them calls for action - something needs to be done with them in the first place; a selection at least, some ordering perhaps. They remind a bit of music material, which form is eventually decided not by its composer but by a published or other user. Their virtual destiny was radio theatre. But in a first step of our attempt at Rudnik's "Miniatures" we pass it not to a dramatist but to a musician. Together with other pieces from the Studio as "Miniatures" are not only a material to work on but also an exposition of a specific approach to music concrete making: work quickly, in-between other things you do, don't spend too much time on it. In other words: hit and run."