Christo wrote: "I did 2 CD-recordings recently with improvisational stuff, looping on the fly. Now I try to re-produce/rehearse these tracks which is quite exciting. Sometimes it sounds very similar to the existing tracks, sometimes it sounds completely different." Purportedly, the classical music composer Schoenberg said, "All composition is just very slow improvisation". I always tell my students that because of this, we can also consider all improvisation to be very rapid composition. I don't think all improvisation is very rapid composition but , personally, I strive for that when I improvise myself. The funny thing, for all the found sound/experimental music I do, I have always told journalists that I think of myself as a pop artist. The reason is that I really think in very, very simple forms when I compose in real time (improvise). I just think it sounds better, personally. It's also really easy to lose an audience when one plays so freely that form goes completely out the window. Personally, I've never enjoyed purely free kinds of musics, though I can appreciate them , intellectually.