Radial Transference pretends to understand the possible relationship between two distinct spaces. These spaces, recorded using a field recording technique, with transfers and contamination between them on an atomic scale, reflect conflict, causality and turbulence. Making reference to the spaces’ characters and with an atomistic approach to the proliferation of frequencies that could resemble an electrical activity that crosses the entire space, Radial Transference articulates as a transitive reality in a multi-time scale. The piece generates a compositional sound universe as an entropic dynamic locus of a new ontology. Hugo Paquete explores granular projections of sound in order to build small phrases that articulate and turn over the piece with rhythmic variations and noise. These variations are sometimes operated until a threshold signal that is processing the sound is lost and turns into another sound form that apparently does not associate with reality. Processes of multiple pitch variations, amplitudes, and frequencies of sound build the idea of atomistic electricity and the activity of small scales that relate geometrically and recreate frequencies that cover the nexus in entropic chaos.