Bye, Bye, See You Tomorrow is the opening part of The Destroyer of Dreams, large-scale electroacoustic composition in five parts (each may be performed as a separate piece also). It is a very personal work, almost a confession, dealing with thoughts of happiness, luck and inability to make all dreams true. It's also a story of artist's life, some, rare moments of happiness and longer, dark periods. It contains a large collection of various sounds – pure electronic, synthesized, concrete and many others. In this particular case, the whole sonic spectrum have been processed with both analog and digital tools to gain rather complex, hybrid textures. Recorded at the De eM Studio, between April 2015 and June 2017. Premiere performance: April 15, 2018, Vox Electronica 2018, Lviv.