On that Nasa shit

On this episode of We Have a Technical, Bruce and Alex chat with Jason Amm of Solvent about his work as a producer and soundtrack composer on the modular synthesizer documentary I Dream of Wires. The doc has been getting some major attention since its announcement a few years back, and with the recent release of the soundtrack of original music, we thought it a good time to catch up with Jason about his experiences with the film, and how it changed his own creative process. Stream from the widget below, rate and subscribe at iTunes or download directly!

00:00: As with every episode, our theme music is “Black Cross (Dead When I Found Her Remix)” by ∆AIMON, available from Artoffact records.
00:50: To order copies of the documentary and the soundtrack and check out some very cool interview clips, go over to http://www.idreamofwires.org/
03:10: It goes without saying, but boy do we love and miss Mr. Butlertron.
04:02: We dig on the Commodore Ballroom, despite it being part of the hated House of Blues conglomerate.
05:45: IN 3D!
07:58: Check out Jason’s work as Solvent over on the official website, located hereabouts.
08:27: Oh you didn’t know?
19:03: Daniel Miller, Mute Records impresario, aka The Normal. A dude responsible for putting out a lot of records you own.
19:29: And if you aren’t, then what the hell is wrong with you? Get on that right now!
22:36: It does make it look pretty cool.
24:16: You can google these just as easily as we can, but seriously, look upon the System-100. Shit is beautiful.
41:32: Vince Clarke has a lot of gear.
42:35: Check “My Radio” if’n you ain’t familiar.
49:10: Witness the Gieskes VCO Fan in all its glory.
1:01:10: Moogfest 2014, where it’s hip to be square wave! (Oh god, we’re sorry.)
1:04:53: I Dream Of Wires on FB.
1:05:05 @IDOWdocumentary
1:06:30 Apples and Synthesizers was the original LP, Elevators And Oscillators its companion.