The album Actualize by the Paul Zaborac Trio (November 2012) features Bill Williams on Bass and Deva Permana on Drums. Inspired by the flexibility and compositional possibilities of piano trios and the use of extended techniques by the saxophone as seen in the contemporary classical repertoire, the album explores the concept of using the saxophone as an accompaniment instrument. By using the saxophone in such a way, the ensemble explores and pushes the boundaries of the traditional tenor trio format. This novel approach to the saxophone is also juxtaposed with more traditional approaches to the instrument and ensemble, creating an original, unique, diverse, and rich ensemble sound. Recorded in one day with the musicians in the same room and using full unedited takes, the album represents an honest and raw capturing of the music as it was made in the moment.