From the Designer
Journeys through life tell stories about the quest for visions and the discovery of them. My life line starts with the complete portrayal of a little maladjusted human being. Provided with a deformed left leg, soon a strong longing for harmony and a profound dedication to the ideal of a socially accepted form of being different was aroused in me. The maturity of time let me experience unexpected adventures of rejection and affection of different systems representing spiritual, psychological and profanely sensual offers. Already at that time a deep, unfathomably comprehensive friendship with a world of perception started, which seen from today’s perspec- tive has become the real guidepost on my way of life. It is the touching contact with the world of SOUND. Ex- periencing the emotional world of a jazz musician I had soon adopted a thoughtful attitude when the wonderful day of being guided towards a new fascinating entity of a sound space enrichened my life as a result of an occu- pational disease. Incapable to further create sounds of emotions and of my yearning intention for real harmony with my beloved saxophone I started to re-organize the various puzzle pieces of my existence. My profession as a bridge and road builder was connected with my psy- chological study experiences and led to the creation of a harmonious whole thanks to the re-considered com- petence of a comprehensive SOUND consciousness. In a permeating way, I came to know about the essence and power of a true understanding of sound. Life as meaningfully organised movement, pulsations of the grand – vibrations of the tiny – everything was perceived as a comprehensive SOUND performance.
SOUND is the common founder of an idea which permeates and offers its universal music as the visibility of geometry. TC sound systems mirror this awarness – with the intention to create a respectful and harmonious way towards a society of the self responsible and conscious man who welcomes their longing for the harmony of the worlds with their heads held high and with open arms.
– Thomas Chochola