Eugeniusz Rudnik (1932), a Polish composer, sound engineer and electronics engineer (graduated in 1967). In 1955 he started working in Polish Radio, and in 1958 – in the Experimental Studio of Polish Radio. In the years 1967-1968 he worked also in the WDR studio in Cologne. As sound engineer, he cooperated with numerous most prominent European composers, including Karlheinz Stockhausen. His cooperation with Nordheim started in 1967 and resulted in some of the latter’s best pieces, such as Coloriazione, Solitaire, the music for the World Expo in Osaka and music for sound sculpture in the Storedal Centre. Rudnik realized 95 of his own electronic pieces in different European studios, among others – one of the first poliversional pieces for tape in the world (Skalary, 1966). and the first Polish quadrophonic piece (Vox humana, 1968). He is one of the founders of Polish school of electroacoustic music and the author of innovative solutions of sound function in space, for which he received numerous awards and distinctions, recently in 2012 on the Soundedit Festival he received the Man with the Golden Ear award for the pioneering achievements in sound production. For the Ultima Festival 2013, on the occasion of a retrospective exhibition about Arne Nordheim “Thank you, no –isms for me!” Rudnik prepared Hommage à Arne Nordheim, as a memorial to his good friend and musical partner.