This system will bring back the tinkling of glasses, the newly minted flatted fifths, the A to the bar, and even the illusion of smoke. A young girl named Carmen is playing intermission piano. Diz is talking to a lovely...he didn't have to charm her, but the moment was there, and it's just his way. Tommy and Max are having a taste of brown liquor and talking with the same rhythmic oneness with which they play. Monk is writing in a corner. People are talking to him-he's alone but hears everything they say. Like Bird he lives in two dimensions. The winged God of Bebop is somewhere out back. You can hear his laugh on occasion, lifting above the background serenade as was his birthright...Gabriel traded in his trumpet on a King Super 20 with a silver bell. Bird Lives, and he's on in 5.
This is Viva's Credenza. When we enter the top level of Viva's efforts, 'customization' is the first word, but all other descriptors fail. We don't have words for it yet, and when you hear the Credenza, you'll know we don't need them. What you will need is a source, and few are as soulful as the ACS Minima. We're going to spin a few sides and get back to you.