Zsolt aims to create such sound compositions that are unique in structural setting up and phonation using the digital domain only. He assembles computer-generated tones into complex sound fabrics. His work is known for precise sound placement, clear sound shapes, abstract stuctures and beats. He performed under the pseudonym Nicron on major festivals and well known places like OFFF, PhonoTaktik, Morning Line, Ultrasound, X-Peripheria and Rhiz Bar-Modern.
In 1998 he founded Porousher, which was influenced by minimal and conceptual art besides experimental electronic music. After numerous live-acts and releases, Porousher disbaned in 2002 and formed into a netlabel to deal with limited edition CDR releases. Zsolt has since curated its content and designated the object of developing sound installations, internet based sound applications, furthermore preparing sound competitions for visitors. This project has been closed in 2006, and he is focusing on his sounds, live sets and radio shows now.