Speaking In Code DVD Trailer

This is the trailer for Speaking in Code, a documentary about a select group of people who have made electronic music their lives.

Speaking in Code is expected to be available on DVD starting March 12, 2010, and will sell for $14.95 + shipping.

Starring:
Modeselektor, Wighnomy Brothers, Monolake, Philip Sherburne, David Day

Also featuring:
Ellen Allien, Tobias Thomas, Marc LeClair AKA Akufen, Wolfgang Voigt, Michael Mayer, Reinhard Voigt, Sascha Ring AKA Apparat, Sascha Funke, Mario Willms AKA Douglas Greed, Miss Kittin, Dan Paluska AKA Six Million Dollar Dan, Mike Uzzi AKA Smartypants

2 thoughts on “Speaking In Code DVD Trailer

  1. Wheee, shot at 1:31 featuring Ableton Live ๐Ÿ™‚

    Seriously; I think the title is kinda wrong. Although those guys do deal with electronic music it is also safe to say that they usually deal with dance music, techno style. And well, maybe its the cynical me but when I hear stories about someone who couldn't pay his rent and now all of a sudden picked up on life through electronic music I can't help being skeptic.. Since good materials, even in the beginner range, can easily be more expensive than a months rent ๐Ÿ™‚

    Still, it should be interesting for anyone who is more interested in the story behind the dance parties. I'm not too sure it'll be so interesting for people who are merely into electronic music.

  2. Wheee, shot at 1:31 featuring Ableton Live ๐Ÿ™‚

    Seriously; I think the title is kinda wrong. Although those guys do deal with electronic music it is also safe to say that they usually deal with dance music, techno style. And well, maybe its the cynical me but when I hear stories about someone who couldn't pay his rent and now all of a sudden picked up on life through electronic music I can't help being skeptic.. Since good materials, even in the beginner range, can easily be more expensive than a months rent ๐Ÿ™‚

    Still, it should be interesting for anyone who is more interested in the story behind the dance parties. I'm not too sure it'll be so interesting for people who are merely into electronic music.

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