Producers of I Dream of Wires (IDOW) – an upcoming, independent documentary film about the resurgence of the modular synthesizer – have released this trailer for I Dream Of Wires (Hardcore Edition).
The new film explores the passions, obsessions and dreams of people who have dedicated part of their lives to this esoteric electronic music machine. Written and directed by Robert Fantinatto, with Jason Amm (Ghostly International recording artist Solvent) serving as producer and co-writer, IDOW is set to receive it’s festival premiere, May 2013.
Preceding IDOW’s official theatrical release, the producers will be releasing a special, extended cut – I Dream Of Wires (Hardcore Edition). (IDOW-HE) will be released independently on BluRay / 2xDVD, and shipped to all IndieGoGo and pre-order customers, June 2013. Continue reading
The producers of the upcoming I Dream Of Wires documentary shared this interview with industrial music pioneer Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey).
In the inteview, Carter discusses some of the history of Throbbing Gristle, how he got into electronic gear and his current interest in modular synths.
The latest in I Dream Of Wires‘ series of interviews with electronic musicians looks at Atlanta-based electronic musician and sound designer Richard Devine.
Here’s another sneak preview of the upcoming modular synthesizer documentary, I Dream Of Wires.
Canadian electronic artist Solvent (Jason Amm) created an all-modular synthesizer based soundtrack for the documentary. The challenge allowed him the opportunity to work with a vast array of modular synthesizers, both new and vintage.
In the video, you can see the array of modular synthesizers that he worked with in creating the soundtrack and to hear his thoughts on what he learned from the process.
Here’s another interview from the producers of the upcoming I Dream Of Wires modular documentary, featuring Canadian duo Orphx.
Having performed live with laptops for several years, Orphx’s Christina Sealey made the decision to delve into modular synthesizers, to bring more spontaneity and excitement to the group’s music, both on stage and in the studio.