Deniz Çağlarcan, born in 1992 at Istanbul, started his music education with the help of his musician family. In 2001, he passed the entrance exam of Istanbul University State Conservatory and graduated his viola education as a student of Ani Inci. During his education, he passed the exams of 5th grade of piano and theory of The Associated Board of the Royal School of Music Academy . After his graduation from Istanbul University State Conservatory in 2010, he continued his viola career at Bilkent University Faculty of Music and Performing Arts. During his education of viola, he started to take composition classes from Tolga Yayalar. After his graduation from university in 2016, he started Master of Arts in Music at Bilkent University of Performing Arts Faculty. The teachers he studied with; Neşe Grançer, Atilla Aldemir, Sema Hakioğlu, Ian Jessee, Cavit Cafer, Sheila Browne, Scott Wolweaver, Yuri Gandelsman, Tatjana Masurenko, Matthias Maurer, Walter Küssner, Hartmut Rohde, Isin Metin, Yigit Aydin.
I consider this piece as an electro-acoustic music. To achieve this, I tried to find out the connections between acoustic and electronic music. This lead me to use the elements of electronic music, such as electronic music composition techniques like very big glissandos, cutting and editing a sound file, creating a sound sculpture and the color of sound which resembles sine waves, sawtooth waves, square waves. The piece name is the biggest clue for what is going on in the music. The common theme is a fragmentation of an explosion, which can be traced reversed, very slow, very fast or fragmented. I believe, listening eyes closed to this music enchance your experience with it. Therefore, you will not have any connotations with the instruments, which helps you to listen absolute electronic music.