A "dinett" is a trolley table made in the fifties by the furniture company Bremshey out of Solingen. For the experimental electronic music of Soundinett it serves as a workspace like a canvavs for painting. The upper tray is where the sound is painted, the lower tray stores the devices waiting to be added to a ever changing modular pattern of gear. The workspace of the dinett allowes only a few modules to connect. This reduction is a important formal element of "Soundinett" composition technique. It prevents from getting lost in gear while setting up the audio colour palette of electronic devices.