Sunday, December 03, 2006

Synth Movies

Be sure to see Synths in TV and Film for videos and pics.

Deconstructing Dad - Raymond Scott

OHM: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music (2005)

Moog (2004)

Tangerine Dream Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 (2007)

Modulations: Cinema for the Ear (1998)

Better Living Through Circuitry (1999)

Oxygene: Live In Your Living Room (3D version here)

Et la tendresse?... Bordel!

Liquid Sky on IMDB
Liquid Sky on Ebay
Liquid Sky on Amazon

via synthetic in the comments of this post: "Neil Diamond's "The Jazz Singer" was on cable a few days ago and the synth player was rockin' an ARP Quadra. I think I saw a String Ensemble in there too. The last concert scene, "Fahhh, we've been travelin' faaahhh..."

Totally Wired

Stockhausen Interview 2007

Also see Synths in TV and Film and the Synth Movies label for more, for example this excellent documentary on KORG.

Uploaded by ssensseless on May 26, 2010

Theremin: an electronic odyssey -trailer-

YouTube Uploaded by ssensseless on May 26, 2010

on eBay

on Amazon

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  1. Any reviews or recommendations people?

  2. "Totally Wired", a documentary about Schneiders Bureau in Berlin, should be added here. it's a fantastic film about engineers+inventors, their products, producers/musicians/artists/sound designers who use them, and how Herr Schneider have been an incredible glue for all.

  3. Odd, I thought I had it on the list already. It has been added.

  4. Cool site you got here.


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