This is epic. A four hour documentary covering the history of the modular synthesiser. Our copy arrived two days ago, and we are rationing it out slowly to make it last as long as possible.
It’s clearly a massive labour of love by the creators, it looks great, it sounds great and it’s thrillingly educational.
If you’re interested in modular synthesisers, get the Blu-Ray or DVD, it’s like bathing in ambrosia!
If you’re not interested in modular synthesisers, you may not like it.
“I Dream of Wires: Hardcore Edition” trailer (09/2013 re-issue) from I Dream Of Wires on Vimeo.
Waiting for this to arrive. It should be good.
A while ago we made this animation for our live shows.
It just goes to show: with the right lack of skills, it’s still possible to spend four days making something that would take one hour using software.
Rex made it down to Glastonbury, if only on someone’s tee shirt. Check out these pictures from today’s Guardian online.
…in 1982 during an argument.
…in the 1980s wearing a hat.