I Dream Of Wires: Hardcore Edition Now Available To Order

i-dream-of-wires-hardcore-editionThe producers of I Dream Of Wires, new modular synthesizers documentary, have announced that their Hardcore Edition of the film is now available to order.

I Dream of Wires: Hardcore Edition is a an ‘extended cut’ of their planned feature-length documentary. It is 4 hours in length, ‘custom made for hardcore modular synthesizer and electronic music fanatics.’

Here’s what they have to say about IDOW: Hardcore Edition:

I Dream of Wires: Hardcore Edition includes an exclusive, lengthy historical primer, exploring the early development of modular synthesizers from pioneering companies Moog Music Inc. and Buchla and Associates. From there, we find out what’s happening now: the phenomenal resurgence of the modular synthesizer — exploring the passions, obsessions and dreams of people who have dedicated part of their lives to this esoteric electronic music machine. What started out as a “vintage-revival scene” in the ’90s has grown into an underground phenomena with a growing market of modular obsessives craving ever more wild and innovative sounds and interfaces. Today, the modular synthesizer is no longer an esoteric curiosity or even a mere music instrument — it is an essential tool for radical new sounds and a bona fide subculture.

Interview subjects include musicians and producers Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Gary Numan, Vince Clarke (Erasure), Morton Subotnick, Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle), Daniel Miller, Carl Craig, Flood, cEvin Key (Skinny Puppy), James Holden, Factory Floor, Legowelt, John Foxx and Bernie Krause, as well as manufacturers and modular industry leaders Doepfer, Modcan, Make Noise, Intellijel, Metasonix, Synthesis Technology/MOTM, Muffwiggler Mike, and Andreas Schneider.

Here’s the preview:

The DVD is priced at US $30 or $35 for Blu-Ray and is available at the Science With Synthesizers shop.

5 thoughts on “I Dream Of Wires: Hardcore Edition Now Available To Order

  1. Would be interested in buying this but I’m in the UK – will it play on my standard dvd player if it comes from America?
    America region1, UK region 2 etc, or does that not apply these days?

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