Lasse Marhaug and Nils Henrik Asheim started their collaboration in 2004 at the All Ears festival in Oslo, Norway. This turned out to be a fruitful meeting between two musicians of very different backgrounds. Marhaug's feedback and Asheim's organ sounds in the Oslo concert started to reflect how the work was to develop. Asheim works here with half-stops and subtle playing techniques that create multiple layers of sound with a vibrating or fluctuating character, as well as with the power of the full organ. Marhaug's tools belong to the world of sine wave oscillators and noise generators. The aim was to set a sonic frame into which they could both gradually tune. The two musicians met again in June 2006 just before Oslo Cathedral (which contains Asheim's favorite instrument) closed down for a few years of renovation work. One day of sound check and musical work and one night of recording produced an improvised flow of one hour, afterwards structured into five tracks. Touch. 2007.